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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Happy Whimsical Wednesday🎉! Check out this fun activity🙃 can you think of any other things you could do this silly activity with??

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There are so many positive ways to communicate with our children 🤗 One great way to do this is to give them lots of praise! Here are some quick tips on parenting praise:

-It is an opportune time to reinforce good behavior!
-Making praise very specific, or "labeling", it can facilitate development and learning.
-Hugs, pats on the heads, pats on the back, and high-fives can add more power to the praise!

Find more info at: www.cdc.gov/parents/essentials/communication/quicktips.html

Thank you for the information @cdcgov !

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Any cool summer flower finds🌺🌸🌼??Check out these! The flower petals look like little tubes 🤗

Why do flower petals look different? Why are some flower petals different colors?What is your favorite flower? What kind of critters like flowers?

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Puzzles are great challenges for the 🧠 AND help develop hand-eye coordination. Some fun puzzles to make and/or test with friends or family include mazes! Try making some of your very own mazes and have others try them out.

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Getting hands-on with modelling clay is a great way to develop fine motor skills🖐️ No modelling clay on hand? Try making your own playdough or salt dough. Have fun getting creative with some squishy stuff🤗

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Fine motor skills are an awesome thing for our little ones to practice! Try this little game out to work on them🤗

Hole puncher a little tough? Try poking the holes with something else! Maybe a pencil or crayon? See what creative changes you can make to the game 🎉

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Do you like dinos??! 🦕

What is your favorite dino?
What do you know about dinosaurs?
If you created your own dinosaur, what would it look like? What would it eat? Where would it sleep? Where would it get its food?

Try drawing your own dino, and come up with what it eats, what it looks like, and where it lives!

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Looking for some easy, accessible parenting tips?? Check out the "Short and Sweet Parenting Tips" podcast from IHeart Radio! These short clips provide general parenting tips for children of all ages and tips for certain age groups. Topics range from infant sleeping solutions😴 to Pre-K nickle jars🏺

Thanks🤗 iHeartRadio & Short and Sweet Tips !

Short and Sweet Parenting Tips | iHeartRadio
Are you a carpool mom, a dual-income family, or a mama with a gaggle of toddlers hanging on you? Then you know the importance of those little pointers you pick up from your friends. Valuable gems that you can incorporate into your parenting, one at a time. ‘Short and Sweet Parenting Tips’ are pr...
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1️⃣2️⃣3️⃣Numbers are all around us! The more you point out the numbers present at home and out and about, the more children pick up on counting. Try pointing out how useful numbers are and the examples of how we use them like addresses, TV remotes, clocks, licenses plates, and much much more 🎲🕰️🌡️ ... See MoreSee Less

1️⃣2️⃣3️⃣Numbers are all around us! The more you point out the numbers present at home and out and about, the more children pick up on counting. Try pointing out how useful numbers are and the examples of how we use them like addresses, TV remotes, clocks, licenses plates, and much much more 🎲🕰️🌡️Image attachmentImage attachment

Patterns are all around us! Challenging children to identify and complete patterns is a great way to improve memorization skills and promote mathematical skills. Try creating some pattern sequences for and with your little one to complete 🔻🔵🔻🔵! ... See MoreSee Less

Patterns are all around us! Challenging children to identify and complete patterns is a great way to improve memorization skills and promote mathematical skills. Try creating some pattern sequences for and with your little one to complete 🔻🔵🔻🔵!
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