Boys and girls discover their five senses: sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste, as they enjoy the outdoors and nature, listen to music, prepare food in the kitchen, and engage in other activities.
Boys and girls explore the traditional basic four elements: air, earth, water, and fire. Children learn how each of these forces plays a vital role both in nature and human activities
The three Rs teach us many things we can do to reduce pollution. Reuse, Reduce, Recycle.
A family tree is a diagram that shows your ancestors. They are the people in your family who were born before you arrived. These people are a very special part of your lives.
Candy is made from sugar, and sugar comes from a plant. Your sweater might be made of sheep's wool, and many bridges are made out of stones. We make things by taking some material directly from nature.
Before babies learn to walk on two legs they begin by crawling on all fours. Children who are unable to walk without aid use crutches or move around in a wheelchair. Also, discover how different animals move from place to place.