Meet our friend Ruby Rose Karlson from the National Charity League. She joins us for a crafting project. She has made hundreds of Friendship Cards and is here to show you how make simple Friendship Cards! Grab some construction paper and markers and let’s go!
Sound surrounds us! Birds chirping, children laughing, water running. Let’s explore the wonderful and sometimes silly world of sound, make rain sticks, read Dr. Seuss, and explore music that teaches us sign language!
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Author and children’s songwriter, Emily Arrow is our special guest and sings her song, “Be a Friend”. Our Teens for Social Inclusion (#T4SI) read “Be a Friend” by Salina Yoon. For our craft project, we make a Heart Pendant!
Get Ready for Action! Our Teens for Social Inclusion will be reading the book “Brave” by Stacy McAnulty. We will create Superhero Masks and help you create your own Superhero Name!
Splish splash, it’s time for some Ocean Sensory Play! Our Teens for Social Inclusion will be reading the book “Ocean Meets Sky” by The Fan Brothers. We will craft an Ocean Sensory Bag from objects around the house.
Our friend, Chrissy Martin from The Reptile Family, who shares some of her reptile friends with us! Our Teens for Social Inclusion (#T4SI) will read “The Greedy Python” by Eric Carle and create a very cool paper plate snake.
Let’s have fun with our family pets. We will read the book “Rainbow Fish” by Marcus Pfister. Our craft project is to make paper plate fish. And we will meet some of our kids’ family pets.
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Kids can spend hours playing with sand. As summer begins, it’s important to get kids outdoors. So, give them sand to dig, pour, sift, scoop and use their imagination. Sand play provides a great sensory opportunity for tactile learning. And it’s fun!