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Explore the different types of homes animals live in. Then help your child plan and build a house for a favorite animal.
Have children watch the video PEEP and the Big Wide World “Chirp Builds a Nest.” Encourage children to browse through books from the Library Center to find out more about how animals build their homes.
Watch the video Between the Lions “Cliff Hanger and the Fabulous Flying Fish.” Have children listen for words beginning with the /f/ sound.
Colors are everywhere. Play simple games to help your child recognize the colors she sees around her every day.
Explore vibrations with your child. Sing a song or hunt for things that vibrate to help her understand how sound is caused by vibrations.
Encourage active viewing and listening as children watch the video PEEP and the Big Wide World “Homemade Hills.”
Explore art and science with your child. See what happens when she paints a picture with frozen colored ice cubes.
Have children watch a short Between the Lions video clip to review with children the letter sounds /j/.
Have children watch a short Between the Lions video clip to review with children the letter sounds /l/.
Watch a Between the Lions video and have children dance and hold up a letter "Rr" when they see a word with "r."
Watch the Between the Lions video “Opposite Bunny: yummy/yucky.” Discuss opposites with children.
Play the Peep and the Big Wide World video “Making Rivers.” Help children gain an understanding of how the girl made a waterfall and a river.
Play the PEEP and the Big Wide World video “Making Things Float and Sink.” Have each child draw a picture about the discoveries the children in the video made.
Create a family and friend tree to help your child recognize the most important people in her life.
Children watch the video Peep and the Big Wide World “Peep Plants a Seed” and discuss steps Peep takes in planting his seed.
Build ramps out of everyday objects with your child. Then together explore objects that roll or slide.
Turn an outdoor walk with your child into a hunt for sounds. Listen for sounds and identify where they come from.
Have children repeat the color words they see in the video Between the Lions "Spicy Hot Colors."
Introduce your child to another culture by making a traditional soup or salad from a culture other than your own.
Plant seeds with your child. Let him be responsible for watering them to help him learn what plants need to live and grow.