Ms. Patti, one of our educators who has been teaching preschool and kindergarten aged children at Moose Hill for 25 years, continues her daily walks around her neighborhood and shares what she sees and a few fun activities and resources for you.
Spring has marched onto the scene in the form of an exploded rainbow! As I continue my daily walks I have noticed the colors of spring: red maple flowers sprinkled on the sidewalk; yellow daffodils, dandelions, and forsythia; tiny purple flowers gracing a road edge; a perfect blue sky (finally), and the fresh green of new leaves just emerging. What colors have you noticed?
Try a few colorful experiments:
- Mix a few drops of food coloring in glasses of water and see what happens.
- Make “fireworks” in a bowl of milk (one of my favorite experiments)…find out how to make Color Changing Milk from Steve Spangler Science.
- Create an art project with every crayon in the box and share your picture with us!
- Have a family color sing-down; it’s easy…divide into teams and take turns singing snippets of songs that include a color. For example, “Somewhere over the rainbow blue birds fly.”
- Of course, if you can venture onto area sidewalks, you can always search for your favorite color while outside.
And, enjoy another great story from Shawn – A Finnish tale about the Northern Lights
Be well and be safe!