Yes! our 1st cooking activity was fun, engaging and educational. It was filled with many opportunities to develop social-emotional, physical, cognitive and language development, as we also “support children develop scientific concepts.”
children were very excited to learn about the differences and similarities of apples. Through observation, exploration and tasting of all kinds of apples that were brought by all (Gala, Red delicious, Golden delicious and Honey golden), we were able to record the outcome of your child’s favorite apple.”Some fun and educational ways to introduce math to your child.”
The children heard and read many apple books, stories and songs, such as “Adam and Eve,” from the Book of Genesis, “Up, Up Is Apple Picking Time,” by: Jody Fickes, “Apple Picking Day,“ by: Samantha Brooke, “3 in 1,” by Joanne Marxhausen. Song: “Way UP High In a Tree.” Apples! APPLES! APPLES!If that wasn’t enough we also painted large apples, decorated apples with stickers, made star print found inside our apple like the story of The House with No Window, No Door and a Star Inside.
God bless Bryce, Grayson, Jacob and May God bless them and guide their future.