Hello once again! I hope you made it unscathed out of Groundhog Day! It’s not something that is known about here in our part of the UK, but I think that next year we’ll have to have some fun with it at home. There are so many cute ideas floating around, just wanting to be tried. Coming up next week already is Valentine’s Day, and to get the ‘conversation’ ball rolling, I found some great ideas last week to learn by using conversation hearts.
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5 Activities for Conversation Hearts
Parenting Chaos has found a great use for conversation hearts: Finding out how they will react with water at various temperatures. Also by Parenting Chaos is this fun colour sorting activity that will also give the fine motor skills a work-out.Royal Little Lambs has created some fun graphing pages for her children to use with conversation hearts. Her children learned about mean, median, and mode as well.
Munchkins and Moms has taken a different spin on conversation hearts and made her own out of toast! Perfect for those of us who can’t get our hands on the candy!
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