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 Teaching Preschoolers : Seasonal

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Hot Weather Tips - As the heat of summer settles around us, it is important to avoid overexposure to the sun and heat. Because of their less mature bodies, children are especially sensitive to the effects of the heat. Here are some tips for keeping cool this summer. (Added June 17, 2000)

Wet and Wild Summer Fun - Children of all ages enjoy playing in water. If you have a swimming pool in your yard, it is absolutely necessary that adults supervise children in or near the pool. Even small wading pools can be dangerous for small children. (Added June 17, 2000)

Spring - Because observation is such a basic learning tool, springtime provides an ideal climate for learning outdoors. A nature walk or a picnic provide excellent opportunities for discovery, observation and discussion. Here are some suggestions for using a stroll outdoors as a vehicle for expanding vocabulary, practicing listening and memory skills and pointing out basic concepts. (Added February 9, 2000)

Reap the rewards of gardening with children - Help children plant a garden, and harvest their appreciation for the wonders of our natural world. From the first stage of seed selection, on through planting and tending to the garden, children develop a sense of pride and responsibility. They may also learn about math, writing, reading and science - with your help! (Added March 18, 2000)

 



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