I’m excited to be presenting the first of many themed activities under our curriculum “Inquisitive Minds Exploring…”
This first theme is free for you to trial and I really hope you enjoy the ice and snow activities as much as we do.
This Curriculum for Inquisitive Minds Exploring is intended to be used alongside these resources:
Wellbeing and Nature activities – 2 or 3 activities per week
Exploring a theme – 5 activities per week.
Exploring Artists – 1 or 2 activities per week.
Exploring History – 2 activities per week.
The activities are designed to suit a range of learning styles and are perfect for younger learners (although older siblings could follow along and join in).
Activities are fun, practical and easily adaptable to suit your child.
If you have a keen writer, let them write. If your child is resistant to write then record their thoughts for them while they enjoy the other aspects of learning.
At home, we do one themed activity per day usually so this pack will last about a month (starting after a Christmas/ New Year break.
I avoid suggesting any materials that are expensive or difficult to get hold of and wasteful play suggestions aren’t really my thing.
I do own the Arctic and Antarctic animals from Safari Toob which we use, however, they aren’t essential. I bought ours here as it seemed the cheapest in the UK.
I also promise that you won’t need 1kg of baking soda nor 20 bottles of vinegar to do the science experiments! 😂
I have also included arctic and anrarctic animal flash cards, penguin lifecycle sequencing cards and more!
In the parents notes you’ll find an explanation of what to do. These are just to give you an idea so feel free to find your own ways too! I’ve included a 5 day blank planner page from my Parent Home Educating Planner so you can have a read through the parent guide and plan your month ahead.
I’d love for you to join my new Fun Learning Resources group Fun Learning Resources group on Facebook and share the ice and snow fun you get up to!