Julia 7 years Feed

🌐Earth Day is always celebrated on April 22. Although we pay tribute to this National Holiday by educating our children on the importance of conservation and caring for our environment, there is still so much that can be done in terms of reducing pollution, making sure we all live in... Read more →

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Happy 🎂Birthday Dr. Seuss! Theodor Seuss Geisel, born on March 2, 1904, in Springfield, MA, was an American author, political cartoonist, poet, animator, book publisher, and artist, best known for authoring more than 60 children's books under the pen name Doctor Seuss. Did you know that Dr. Seuss is the... Read more →

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Today, we are using materials you probably have at your home such as ☕️coffee filters and markers to conduct this amazing chromatography tie-dye color mixing walking 🌈 rainbow experiment! What you will need: white coffee filters, little glass jars, shot glasses or small drinking cups, markers in rainbow colors (do... Read more →

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While Adrian has been able to correctly identify the first sound of the word for a while now; only a few months before his fourth birthday, he started to be able to isolate the ending and the middle sound. To practice the middle sound identification, Julia made this DIY Reading... Read more →

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While most adults do not have a deep affection for bugs, children, on the other hand, spend hours in a backyard flipping over rocks and inspecting blades of grass in search of the coolest caterpillars and tiny crawlers. And little ones are smart to befriend bugs since without little creature... Read more →

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We love process art and the opportunity for combining sensory movement with art. In process art, not the destination (the end 🖼product of art) is the principal focus, but rather the 🛣road the child takes- the "process" of the formation of art: such as gathering, sorting, matching, associating, patterning, and... Read more →

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Today, we are learning about the water cycle by making a terrarium and simulating rain, while understanding a very basic concept of how clouds hold water. Did you know that the amount of water on Earth is finite and has been the same since the early formation of the Earth?... Read more →

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Sensory play is extremely important for children, where they get to explore different mediums such as water, sand, play dough, rice, etc., while stimulating various senses, triggering neuron connectivity and learning through play in the process. Today, we are exploring shaving foam and hydrogels (water beads). We are using a... Read more →

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Sandpaper Numbers (buy here) is a lesson that is in a math area but is a mixture between the Sensorial area in Montessori classroom and math. Sandpaper numbers are very easy to make at home: all you need is sandpaper, trace numbers, cut them out and glue on a cardstock.... Read more →

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Today, we are experimenting with the concept of density of liquids, the properties of carbon dioxide gas and its reaction with hydrogels. So, how about making a water beads lava lamp powered by Alka-Seltzer? What you will need: 🔹colored water (we are using blue food coloring to simulate the ocean),... Read more →

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We need to eat and drink in order to survive, but it is the taste and smell that make these essential everyday activities so enjoyable! A tongue, our taste detector, is a big muscle covered with more than 10,000 clusters of taste! Under a Tongue Taste Map theory, each cluster... Read more →

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My children have been fascinated with Science, and it has been their favorite subject because the result is usually unexpected, the activity is 🙌🏻hands-on, utilizing many 👁✋🏻 scenes, and most importantly, it is fun! So, today we are experimenting with the density of oil vs. water by making a "lava... Read more →

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This fusible beads craft is currently the most popular form of art with both Julia and Adrian. These tiny hollow beads require precise fine-motor control and extreme carefulness as with the slightest movement of the craft-board, the beads fly all over since they do not stick together until they are... Read more →

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How mysterious is the inside of the body! Children are simply fascinated to learn all about our body-machine that works day and night, without any rest, performing tasks no computer is capable of performing. Our eyelids blink reflexively, our lungs are constantly expanding and contracting, delivering fresh oxygen throughout our... Read more →

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If you have ever seen a picture of a solar eclipse, you may have noticed that the Moon comes very close to covering the entire Sun. However, the Sun is 400 times larger than the Moon! So how can these space objects appear like they are the same size, though... Read more →

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Have you ever "made" hydro gel beads? These beads expand within an hour a hundred times their size with no other magic but water! All you need is red hydro gels (buy here), water, and patience. In less than an hour, the beads are fully expandable, providing your child with... Read more →

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This is a fun science experiment on the property of liquid. You will need: identical test tubes (buy here and a stand here), water, food coloring, clear glass containers of different size and shape. While Adrian has a blindfold on, Julia pours colored water in different containers. Adrian then has... Read more →

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Have you ever tried painting with salty water? This Process Art activity is super easy and fun to do with your child while exploring physical science on the topic of how the matter changes. This art form also allows your child to express creativity without worrying about the end result,... Read more →

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Have you tried making a water xylophone? This is a fun and scientific music activity you can do with your child at home. Just fill glasses with different amounts of water and invite your child to make music! You will need: identical glasses (we are using four tall crystal glasses)... Read more →

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Today, we are continuing our Science🔬⚗️⚖️ 101 🎥Series 🎇 with this hands-on fun "let's see what happens to our balloon" science experiment when vinegar and baking soda chemically react. What you will need: baking soda, vinegar, balloon, a bottle (we are using a sake pot - buy here), funnel, science... Read more →

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