With all of the bigger kids in school full-time now it can be a little boring for our preschool age and younger kids that are stuck at home all day. They miss their older siblings and they feel a little left out when their older siblings bring home homework and fun crafts and activities they have completed at school.
It is sweet to see how excited they get when they see all of the older kids learning and creating, so of course we want to encourage them to learn and create as well. This month we have found you a great learning activity that is also a lot of fun and can be very creative. This tactile activity is a great sensory learning experience for our younger kids while also teaching them about the world around them.
This multi-faceted educational activity was created by Beth at 123 Homeschool 4Me. Beth is the author and creator of a valuable homeschooling website that helps parents and teachers create and share homeschool curriculum that will help our children learn and grow. If you have young children at home, teach homeschool, or are looking to supplement your children education at home you should definitely check out 123 Homeschool 4Me.
What You Will Need:
- Blue construction paper
- Brown Construction paper
- paint (red, yellow, orange, green, and white)
Beth and 123 Homeschool 4Me has hundreds of other ideas for teaching your kids at home. head on over to 123 Homeschool 4Me to see the rest of this incredible tutorial and be sure to check out all of the other incredible posts and ideas she has posted and shared as well.