Hello! I hope you’ve been keeping warm if you live in the Northern Hemisphere. We’ve had some really cold days, which resulted in me having a treacherous walk to the library on Saturday morning when the streets and sidewalks were covered in a very thin sheet of ice. It was nice that Phil drove the children down an hour later for the Story Time.
I’ve been spending a lot of time down at the library this month to do some work without my cute little distractions, but I’m always happy to go home and see their smiling faces. Wednesday morning while the children were at the Rhythm & Rhyme, I was learning to crochet with the “Knit and Natter” ladies. I can now crochet a snowflake and a circle! Learning to crochet is a good winter project, but how can we keep the children busy learning during the winter? This week I’m sharing some winter science activities from last week’s link up.
If you missed last week’s round-up, I featured Pretend play ideas. Have a look through and be inspired!
Pre-K Pages has rounded up over 20 preschool winter science ideas from around the web and compiled them in one place for you!
My Nearest and Dearest has grasped the moment and turned an outdoor activity into a volcanic eruption at her son’s request! What a fun Mom!
Mini Monets and Mommies has included some science with snow painting. Beautiful!
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