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Are you beginning an exciting step in your educational journey in the near future? Perhaps, you’ll soon be a new high school student. Or, you might be enrolling in college for the first time. Regardless of your particular situation, you likely want do everything you can to succeed in school. To help you accomplish this task, consider joining a study group. You might also wish to sign up for free tutoring sessions at you school. Purchasing state-of-the art school supplies might also help you excel in the classroom. On this blog, I hope you will discover ingenious tips to help you receive the best education possible. Enjoy!

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Spring Sensory Play Ideas To Break The Boredom

Isabella Bennett

Sensory play is a great way to get your children interacting and learning using all types of different objects. It can help with fine motor skills and enable your child to touch different objects and learn about each item. To break away from some of the boredom from winter, bring in some signs of spring and give your child a few different sensory bins to play with. Read on for a few ideas.

Farm Animal Wash

Talk to your child about animals that may live on the farm, how each sounds, what they eat, and where they may sleep. You can read books about farm animals to help teach your child about them, then use a container and layer the bottom with potting soil. Fill in the bin with small farm animal toys - cows, chickens, pigs, horses, and sheep or goats. Allow your child to get the animals dirty, then have another bin filled with soapy water and multiple sponges and brushes to clean the animals.

Looking For Fossils

This is a fun way to talk about what a fossil is, as well as insects. Using playdough and small plastic insects, roll out the dough. Then press the bugs into the playdough to leave a "fossil" print. Have your child figure out which bug belongs in each "fossil" print. You can also do this with small plastic dinosaurs and their footprints as well. 

If you don't have playdough, use play sand and have your child dig around for items inside the sand. This could get messy, so playing with this outside may be best.

Color Hunt

Give your child colors on a piece of paper, then go on a nature hunt to find things that are those colors. This will allow your child to touch and explore outside. Give your child a magnifying glass and a shovel to find different objects. You can do this with pictures of things to find as well to make it more specific, such as find a green leaf, find a yellow flower, or look for a gray rock.

Create Flowers

Use outdoor items to create flowers. Give your child objects found outside such as leaves, rocks and even flowers to create their own flower on a piece of cardstock. Allow your child to glue the items in place on the piece of paper to create their own one-of-a-kind flower.  You can also do this using pieces of scrap paper cut into various shapes. Have your child glue the pieces to form the shape of a flower.

Spring is a beautiful time of the year. It's a great time to teach your child about nature, as well as other things such as shapes and colors. Allow your child to get dirty and to explore to help them learn. Contact a company like Jumpin Jax Kids for more information.