Early Language Activities

Using Everyday Objects for Language: In The Garden

Continuing with our series on using everyday objects for language. On Week 8 we will focus on all things garden. We will have 4-5 activities and crafts to complete throughout the week. My goal is to keep it simple and use only items you likely already have or can substitute easily (after all- we are… Continue reading Using Everyday Objects for Language: In The Garden

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Using Everyday Objects for Language: Nature Edition

This week we begin week 5 our Language with Everyday Objects series. This week, we are getting outside and using what we can find in nature! I will share with you 5 of the activities we did for this but you can find a complete list of ideas and language based worksheets HERE. Early Childhood… Continue reading Using Everyday Objects for Language: Nature Edition

Early Language Activities

Using Everyday Objects for Language: Bath Time

Continuing with our series on using everyday objects for language. On Week 7 we will focus on all things bath time. We will have 4-5 activities and crafts to complete throughout the week. My goal is to keep it simple and use only items you likely already have or can substitute easily (after all- we… Continue reading Using Everyday Objects for Language: Bath Time

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Using Everyday Objects for Language: Recycle Edition

This week we begin week 4 our Language with Everyday Objects series. This week, we are using whatever we can find in the recycle! We will have 4-5 activities and crafts to complete throughout the week. First, you have to take an inventory of what's in YOUR recycle! Here's a peek at mine: Just Keeping… Continue reading Using Everyday Objects for Language: Recycle Edition

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Using Everyday Objects for Language: Tooth Brushing Edition

Continuing with our series on using everyday objects for language. On Week 3 we will focus on all things brushing teeth. We will have 4-5 activities and crafts to complete throughout the week. My goal is to keep it simple and use only items you likely already have or can substitute easily (after all- we… Continue reading Using Everyday Objects for Language: Tooth Brushing Edition