Tag Archives: summer fun with children

Summer science: Ice Cream in a bag

Who doesn’t love a science lesson that you get to eat afterwards? So why not use this National Creative Ice Cream Flavor Day for a fun science experiment – Ice Cream in a Bag. Things to discuss: Changing phases (liquid … Continue reading

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Summer skin safety tips

Summer is nearly here and that means more sunshine and playing outdoors. That also means we must be even more aware of protecting the delicate skin of the little ones around us. So here are a few fun cartoons to … Continue reading

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10 More Things to Do Outside This Summer

Last month, we shared ten outdoor activity ideas, and we’re back today with ten more. These ideas support active play and provide rich, experience-based learning that engages children’s senses, enhances motor skills, and drives growth. Soak up what’s left of … Continue reading

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From the Redleaf Press Kitchen: Burgers! Bell Pepper Veggie & Turkey

If you’re searching for the perfect recipes to prepare for your Fourth of July celebration, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you’ll be with children and colleagues or your friends and family, these Early Sprouts Cookbook recipes will be … Continue reading

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10 Things To Do Outside With Kids This Summer

1. Use Water + Sponges to Teach Science and Math Skills Fill one bucket half full of water, and leave a second bucket empty. Show children how submerging a sponge into the first bucket soaks up water. Transfer the water … Continue reading

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From the Redleaf Kitchen: A Sweet Treat from Cooking Is Cool

Ever since Cooking Is Cool: Heat-Free Recipes for Kids to Cook arrived in our warehouse, we’ve been trying to decide which recipe to make first. After revisiting many bookmarked pages, we finally settled on these fruit-packed Hawaiian Pops. Even though … Continue reading

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Simply Rhymes and Songs to Teach Kids about Earth Care

At the center of a child’s moral development lies respect. To become kindly and to be able to withstand the hurtful behavior of others, children need to learn to place a high value on themselves, others, and their environment. Perhaps … Continue reading

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