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Ant Day

DAILY FUN ACTIVITY: Eat lunch outside and then count the ants. Our theme today will be Ant Day! Talk about Ants. Ants are social insects. Social insects live together in colonies. They depend on each other for survival and can … Continue reading

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Milk Carton Birdhouse/Pom Birds

This is a cute activity that will need some parental supervision and parental cutting.   MILK CARTON BIRDHOUSE WITH POM BIRDS: For this activity you will need: Clean cardboard milk carton (quart, pint, or half-gallon will work.) Construction paper of … Continue reading

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Egg Head Pals

EGG HEADS For this project you will need: Empty Eggshell (A potato will work, too, but will not last as long, unless it starts to sprout and then it can be planted.) grass seed (rye grass and cress grows quickly) … Continue reading

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