Kids love zoology activities. You, too? That is fantastic! Let me guess. This post contains loads of science activities for kids within zoology. Kids love animals and love to learn about animals even animals like slugs! You have a young child in your life hungry for more…more books, more painting, more science, more learning… One of […]
These posts cover authentic AMS Montessori zoology lessons.
This Simple Bear Craft is perfect for an art table. The activity combines sensorial, or pre-math ideas, with the art, too, by utilizing circles only in the creation of this sweet bear. Kids will have fun making their very own bear and might just want to learn a bit more about the hibernators! A great […]
I had a blast with this study of spiders & their webs! Okay, my kids may have had a good time, too. There is so much hands-on learning with spiders. The spider makes a fantastic study for preschoolers. Study of Spiders I was on a playground supervising outdoor time. The children found a spider web […]
An incident with my sons (almost 3.5 and 5) led me to create this mini-unit with loads of ant activities for preschoolers! Ant Activities for Preschoolers My sons turned over a rock. Then, copious amounts of ants scurried out from their home. My sons reacted in a way that didn’t surprise me, but they didn’t react well. […]
Slugs fascinate me. They bombard our yard here in the oft gloomy Seattle area. Slugs attack my vegetable garden. I refuse to be angry because slugs have a place. My 2 and 3.5 year old are intrigued by slugs and excited to examine them. This post includes a slug unit. I want to keep it that […]
Yes! Preschool zoology is a real thing! How do you talk to young children about big words like vertebrates & invertebrates? Here is a tip: Preschool zoology doesn’t have to be overwhelming in its terms. When introducing Vertebrates and Invertebrates, for example, to preschoolers that use simple descriptive words and phrases and “real” objects (like Safari Toobs) to […]