Read out to them and explain to them the metamorphosis of a caterpillar to a beautiful butterfly.
DANCE! Is dancing beneficial? Yes, a lot! Irrespective of age or gender, dance is a free physical movement, benefiting both the body and mind, that has been seen aiding their social skills enhancing their ability to communicate. While dancing, children think of creative postures and movements which increases their fitness levels. Studies have found out... Continue Reading →
This is by far my most favorite as it requires the least parental effort. This sensory activity is sure to set your little one's curiosity tickling. Pour yellow paint on a plate and ask the child to dip their hand palm in it. Alternatively, a brush can also be used to colour the palm.Imprint the... Continue Reading →
Children are the most fascinated by butterflies. And why not? Beautiful colourful butterflies are everywhere. They bring positivism. Let your child explore these beautiful God's creation by painting their wings. Make a butterfly on a sheet of paper. Cut out along the border. We have used ear buds to paint the wings. Alternatively, finger painting... Continue Reading →
Take your child's favourite toycar and dip the wheels in a colour of their choice. Let your child run it across the paper to make a tyre print. Repeat the step multiple times with different colours. This activity will reinforce the concept of colors.
Collage making is by far the most engaging and best art experience for young chidren. Why? It is a simple craft activity that involves picking, analysing and pasting, all of which develop and strengthen small hand musles - vital fine motor skills. Shapes are my personal favourite as there are so many of them to... Continue Reading →
Cut out different shapes. One set of big shapes and other set of small shapes You can mount the big shapes on a wall, window or any area. Alternatively, the shapes can be pasted on a big base. Here I pasted them on the glass door. Randomly assemble the small cut outs Let the child... Continue Reading →
Is your child coloring every wall of your house? Don't fret! This is normal. Using different mediums for painting always fascinates them. It widens up their instincts. Why not build their creativity showing them more options - Earbuds. Make any design or shape or bird or animal on a sheet of paper. Cut out along... Continue Reading →
Collage making is by far the most engaging and best art experience for young chidren. Why? It is a simple craft activity that involves picking, analysing and pasting, all of which develop and strengthen small hand musles - vital fine motor skills. Spring is the best time to collect leaves as there’s an extra abundance... Continue Reading →
Do you remember spending cloudy days by looking up at the clouds marveling the different shapes? Try this quick and easy activity for fun weather science this spring! While doing this activity, explain to them what are clouds? How do they form? Introduce to them the different weather conditions we have. Collect cotton / cotton... Continue Reading →