May 11, 2022 | Sossi Essajanian
New flowers growing, new grass (more green), flowers falling, little bits of green leaves, smelly flowers, birds (robins and pigeons), ant holes, plants growing, really green grass, puddles, clovers, rain and storms
I see a nest!
Children have been noticing changes around them during outside park time. What changes take place in living things during springtime?
I planted some seeds in the ground. When I come to the park, I’m going to water it. All I have to do is wait for it to grow.
Each child also took turns planting wheat grass seeds. Later they checked to see how they were growing.
And of course there are so many different types of flowers to draw and paint!
The last few weeks, children also engaged in many activities that also supported their exploration of things they encounter during spring.
Finally the children welcomed ladybug larva. How will they change over time?