Here’s a play provocation that we made using wood in different forms.
This has cardboard, wood pieces, bark mulch, wooden balls, Popsicle sticks and clothespins in coconut shells.
Here are some fun ways to incorporate nature into day home activities, as outlined in the Alberta Child Care Accreditation Standards Manual. Click on the photos to go to the sites for more details. .
We’re looking forward to seeing all the fun ways our providers incorporate nature!
One of our Medicine Hat providers sent in this fun fall craft. This is a great craft as it provides opportunity for name recognition and letter recognition, as well as for fine motor development.
And it’s cute too! Thanks for sharing!
Sensory play is so fun and is very beneficial for small children! Here are some great sensory ideas with a fall theme to inspire you! Click the picture to take you to the original website.
Or rather, the vegetables of our garden – check out what we have growing at the office garden! (Yes, that is a purple carrot). Our pumpkins are coming along nicely as well and trying to take over the rest of the garden.
Providers – please keep sending in your great craft ideas to share with everyone else! firstname.lastname@example.org