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    Space Sensory Bin

    Looking for a fun, hands-on way for your preschooler/toddler to explore and imagine to the thrill of our solar system? Here is a fun way to make a sensory bin those little hands are sure to love. What I used: 4 bags of black sand (dollar store) dried black beans diamonds/gems for stars astronaut and spaceship clipart that I laminated marbled 3D planets And that’s it! Super simple, fun textures, and lots of colorful planets. Want more ideas for your…

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    Marbled 3D Planets

    We have been enjoying our space unit over here! I have to share this fun and easy way to create 3D planets for your kiddos without putting a dent in your wallet for a…

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    Marble Painted Planets

    When researching for our space unit, I came across this fun tutorial on Pinterest and knew the girls would love to do it. It’s super simple, a little messy, and I love exploring new…

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    Super Simple Mess-Free Volcano

    We’ve all seen them. The infamous exploding volcano experiments. I had never actually tried one, but when I stumbled across one that was done outside–MESS FREE–I was all about it. Don’t get me wrong,…

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    Human Body Unit

    This month’s thematic unit is “All About Me”. The first couple weeks we focused on our 5 senses. The following two weeks, we learned about what’s inside our bodies! 💃🏻 This Human Body Unit…

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    Five Senses Unit

    Kiddos have a natural sense of wonder and desire to explore, experiment, and discover. I chose the Five Senses as a part of our first thematic unit of the year, “All About Me” because…