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MINI MONDAY: UNDER MY UMBRELLA

Rain or shine, come hide-away under your own teeny-tiny umbrella! Dip and dab to decorate, and once it’s dry, let the peek-a-boo fun begin!   Materials Paper Plate Paint Pom Poms or cotton balls Pipe cleaners Tape Scissors Directions: Cut a paper plate in two. Choose one half to be your umbrella, and one half […]

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MINI MONDAY: TEENY-TINY WISHES

Wishes come in all sizes! Share your wishes with the world with this fingerprint dandelion! Materials White Paper Coloured Paper Black Marker Paint Scissors   Directions: Using your black marker, draw a line on your piece of paper. This will be the stem of your dandelion At the top of your line, colour a black […]

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MINI MONDAY: STACKING SNAILS

One…two…three…how many pieces of a shell can your snail carry? Practice recognizing the attributes and characteristics of different objects, and develop your numeracy skills as you create your own adorable, stackable snail!   Materials Cardstock Coloured Paper Markers Tape   Directions: Cut a large oval out of a piece of cardstock Fold the oval almost […]

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MINI MONDAY: COFFEE FILTER MONSTERS!

Create your own friendly monster and have oodles of fine-motor fun!   Materials Coffee filters x 2 Washable Markers Water dropper or spray bottle Paper Towel Googly Eyes Markers Glue Scissors Construction Paper   Directions: Lay two coffee filters on top of each other Use the washable markers to colour a design on your coffee […]

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MINI MONDAY: HANDPRINT FISH PUPPETS

Fill the ocean blue with some of your own personal flair with this handprint fish puppet! Once you’re done, put on a show and create your own amazing aquatic tales! Materials Cardstock or Construction Paper Pencil Scissors Popsicle Sticks Markers Tissue Paper Glue   Directions: Ask your child to place their hand on a piece […]

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MINI MONDAY: CANADA DAY PLAY DOUGH

Create your own red and white play dough to celebrate Canada Day in sensory style! Materials 1 cup of Flour ¼ cup of Salt ¾ cup of Water 3 tablespoons of Lemon Juice Food Colouring (Optional) Parchment Paper Wooden Spoon Bowl Pot Directions: Boil some water. Pour ¾ cups of boiling water into a pot. […]

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MINI MONDAY: FANTABULOUS FELT FRIENDS

Materials Cardboard Felt Glue or Tape Scissors Marker   Directions: Cut a piece of cardboard to your desired size. This will be the size of your felt board Cut a piece of felt that is large enough to completely cover one side of your piece of cardboard. Use glue or tape to attach the felt […]

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MINI MONDAY: NO MESS COLOUR-MIXING CARDS

What would you like to celebrate? Draw attention to a special event or show someone you care by creating this no-mess artistic masterpiece that’s sure to tickle your senses!   Materials Cardstock Large sized freezer bag Painters tape Paint Scissors   Directions: Place your piece of cardstock in your freezer bag. Ensure that the freezer […]

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MINI MONDAY: BALLOON BOP

Hop, stretch, and kick to set this balloon into motion! Enjoy the sun as you develop your gross motor and manipulative skills or take the balloon bopping fun indoors! Materials Balloon String Painter’s Tape (if indoors)   Directions: Blow up your balloon. Tie it closed Cut a piece of string at the desired length Tie […]

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MINI MONDAY: COUNTING ON RAINDROPS

Pitter patter, what’s that sound? Raindrops falling to the ground! How many raindrops do you see? Looks like they’re falling all around me! Enjoy some sensory fun as you explore numeracy, nature and art with this craft filled with droplets of fun! Materials Paper Cotton Balls Glue Blue Paint Marker (optional)   Directions: Start by […]

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