Hunt and find a spring drawing and match it to its pair.
Draw fun spring-themed objects on sticky notes (flower, rain cloud, butterfly, rainbow, bird, sun, bee, bunny, tree, ladybug, etc.) Then, draw a second pair so you have two sticky notes per spring drawing. Arrange the first set of drawings on the wall (if your sticky notes fall off the wall, secure them with some tape). Hide the second set of drawings around the room. Hunt and find a spring drawing and match it to its pair.
- Self-Awareness- Shows awareness of self as distinct from others. Expresses needs, wants, and preferences.
- Communication (Expressive Language)- Uses verbal and nonverbal communication to express ideas with increasingly complex words and sentences. Engages in back and forth communication.
- Fine Motor- Builds strength and coordination of small movements in hands to pick up, squeeze, twist, cut, and manipulate tools and toys.
- Writing- Uses scribbles, drawings, letters, characters, or words to represent meaning.