Every Day is a Big Little Adventure

Building on the natural curiosity, deep passion and busy habits of young children, My Big Little Adventure offers a continually updated roadmap of activities, events and resources designed especially for their families and caregivers. My Big Little Adventure invites adults and kids to read, play, and explore together.

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Curiosity Ignites Interest in Learning

Young children are naturally curious and adventurous. Something they see or experience, or even read about, feeds their enthusiasm for a subject. Think big machines, dinosaurs, rain puddles, big buildings, things that rhyme or the color pink. A child may develop a lifelong passion, or a passing interest, from something they read about or do with you when they are very young. Themed-based learning uses this topic-of-interest strategy to bring into focus a collection of activities and adventures that reinforce one another and become particularly memorable and impactful.

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Have you ever heard of the Fennec Fox? It is the smallest of all the foxes and lives in the desert🦊☀️!

What do you notice about it?
Why does it have such big ears?
What do you think it eats?

#fennecfox #coolanimals #mbladventure
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Reposted from @world_of_engineering Every pro was once an amateur. Every expert was once a beginner. So dream big. And start now. Courtesy of @jkholton_inc
#worldofengineering #pro #amateur #dadandson #carpentry #woodwork #pennsylvania #mybiglittleadventure #growupgreat #ready4kalliance
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Mark your calendars! Dog Days at the Kentucky Science Center is coming up next weekend on Saturday, May 15th. Come out to see some furry friends and animals with cool jobs from 10AM-2PM 🐕🐰‍🐢

#dogs #kyscience #mbladventure #summerfun
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Looking for something to do on this rainy day🌧🌧? Have you ever tried drawing on the sidewalk with chalk on a rainy day? Give it a try!

Questions to consider:
Does it look different than on a dry day? How?
Does it feel different from drawing on the dry ground? How?
What does the water do to the chalk?

#kidscreate #rainydayactivities #mbladventure
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Masked Mystery Monday!🕵️‍♂️🔎🕵️‍♀️

What animal am I? Can you guess even when I am wearing a mask? See if you can recognize me by some of my other features? Can you do this with other animals?

#mbladventure #playtime
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Rocks can be such funky shapes, but if you fit them together in just the right place they can balance! Try stacking rocks sometime and see how many you can get to form a tower ⚖️🧱📏 #environment #wondersofnature #kidscreate #mbladventure ...

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Check out this great resource from the @louisvillefreepubliclibrary ! Virtual story times on Tuesdays at 11AM🐸🐒🌎📖 #readingtime #louisvillefreepubliclibrary #mbladventure ...

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🦸‍♂️Fantastic Friday! 🦸

What would your super power be if you were a superhero??

Some Superhero Questions:
What would your superhero name be?
What would be your favorite superhero pose?
How can you act out your super power?
What are some of the super powers you already have?

#imagination #kidscreate #mbladventure #superhero
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The brain builds upon repetitive sensory experience 🧠

You can facilitate development of the language portion of your little one's brain by connecting words with objects and experiences!

#handsonlearning #learning #mybiglittleadventure

@scholasticinc

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Eye spy with my little eye....a salamander Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest

Young children are often the best at spotting small critters ....so be sure to walk slowly and let them linger, observe and poke around on your hikes. You might all be amazed at what they can find. 🦎Spring is salamander season. This marbled salamander (Ambystoma opacum) was spotted in our Natural Areas this week. 📸 Kelly Vowels
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Eye spy with my little eye....a salamander Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest 

Young children are often the best at spotting small critters ....so be sure to walk slowly and let them linger, observe and poke around on your hikes.  You might all be amazed at what they can find.  🦎
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