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Science & Nature Activities for Ages 3-5

Science & Nature Activities for Ages 3-5

 
Whoosh! This great craft will teach your child the power of a summer breeze.
What you need:  plastic berry baskets  big plastic bowl  squares of aluminum foil  big spoon&n
What do flowers, trees, bugs, birds, and your child have in common? They all flourish outside!
This versatile vegetable project is a treat for the eyes and the mouth.
Encourage a budding scientist to make and use this homemade tool.
The warm weather is great for bird watching. Make a bird feeder with your child to attract some feathered friends to your yard.
Create a new kind of bug.
Reduce, reuse, recycle . . . to create, build, and learn.
Create a sanctuary to explore and nurture the natural world — no matter where you live.
Step outside to discover a wealth of nature-inspired learning opportunities.
P&C November 2006 birdhouse project
A blizzard of playful activities that you can do outdoors and in.
Can you hear the sound of rain?
These five autumn activities will help your 3-5-year-old take a closer look at fall leaves.
The season's colors and textures provide a harvest of natural playthings to collect, observe, and manipulate.

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