Let’s have some fun in the park! Together with Caitie, let’s see what opposites we can discover! We’ll learn up and down, happy and sad, yes and no, in and out, and more!
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For children, and many adults, learning is most solidified when we can physically watch a demonstration or be able to do it ourselves. It is why when children learn to read and write, teachers use songs, actions and repetition for learning. The same is true for understanding words and concepts, in this case the notion… Read more »
Welcome to the classroom! We love to play, learn, create and sing together in the classroom, and we’d like to encourage our classroom friends to keep learning and playing at home once Caitie’s Classroom is over. We’ve put together activities and resources so the playing, learning, creating and singing doesn’t have to stop once Caitie… Read more »
Making bird feeders. If you have children and haven’t done this yet, then this is the post for you to read today! 20 March is the first day of Spring and what better way than to celebrate this by celebrating the birds that are starting to build nests for their babies to come. They’ll be… Read more »
It’s Halloween time! That means it’s time for jack o’lanterns! This jack o’lantern craft is lots of fun, and has a great fine motor skill activity built into the making of it where little ones practice a bit of sewing! Little ones will also love stuffing the jack o’lantern to make it puff up like… Read more »
Clap your hands, move your body and sing along to version #4 of the music & movement song for kids from Super Simple Songs, “Open Shut Them”! It’s a perfect song for teaching kids opposites!
Learn how to teach the kids song “Open Shut Them #2” to young learners. Caitie has awesome activity ideas to go along with this classic children’s song that teaches opposites vocabulary for young learners.
Get up and sing along with Baby Shark and this classic opposites song for kids, “Open Shut Them”!
Baby Shark helps us learn opposites with this fun craft! With our template, and a little careful gluing, you’ll have a great tool to show your little ones an example of big and small. That being said, this isn’t really a fun craft to tackle with your little one, but rather something you could put… Read more »