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Invitation to Explore the Letter B

When children play with a sensory bin, they are playing with a variety of materials + textures which stimulate the mind and body through...

You Matter Story Sequencing

The book You Matter by Author and Illustrator Christian Robinson is filled with his unmistakeable vibrant diverse imagery that is filled...

Invitation to Paint Sulwe’s Stars

Sulwe by Lupita Nyong'o and illustrated by Vasthi Harrison creates a whimsical story that inspires children to appreciate their own...

Invitation to Create Julián Is a Mermaid

The story Julián Is a Mermaid written and illustrated by Jessica Love introduces children to a world of freedom of individual expression....

DIY Busy Board

All children are naturally curious about everything and anything that catches their eye. They have this innate nature where they must...

Invitation to live with Intention

From the moment a child is born you can intentionally invite a child to be exposed to culture in your home and classroom. Through play,...

Invitation to Paint with Flowers

Simply go on a walk or your yard and grab a couple of flowers. We found these wild daises growing wild in a field. Provide your child...

Invitation to Paint with Rubber Bands

Take a baking tray, place a sheet of paper, then take 3-6 rubber-bands and place them around the baking tray. If your child is old enough...

Invitation to Paint on Ice

Freeze ice in Tupperware or ice trays. Place the ice in a sensory bin, baking tray, or bowl. Provide your child with liquid water colors,...

Invitation to Paint on Paper Towels

Provide your child with paper towels as a canvas. You can have them paint with droppers or paintbrushes. Place liquid water colors or...

Water Beads Excavation

Get the most out of using your water beads. After letting your children play with water beads in other invitations, you can get the last...

Sticks and Play-Dough

You can make home made play dough as a cooking activity ahead of time. Go on a walk or in your yard. Forage sticks. Set up a this...

Cardboard Shape Collage

Save those cardboard packages. Cut out different shapes. If your child is old enough cut you can either have them trace shapes or draw...

Cardboard Ball Ramp

Save those cardboard packages! Create a ramp by cutting it into a long rectangular shape. You can make different sized ramps to predict...

Invitation to Paint on Balloons

Blow up water balloons or regular balloons. Provide paint, brushes, and paper. They can also simply use just their fingers to paint. Let...

Peeling Tape

This fine motor skill enhancement invitation can be done in two ways! 1)Toy Rescue. Tape toys down on a table, floor, play mat, or...

Scissor Skills Busy Basket

Providing your child with lots of opportunities to develop their fine motor skills strengthens their muscles in the hands and prepares...

Water Bead Transfer

In a sensory bin provide water beads. Have your child transfer the water beads either with their hands, tongs, tweezers, handy scoopers,...

Pom Pom Whisk Excavation

Take a whisk from your kitchen, place pom poms or cotton balls inside and have your child remove the items with their finger. For older...

 
 
 

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