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The Preschooler, Issue #024 - Spring is in The Air
April 04, 2012

"From small beginnings come great things."

Have you ever looked at a small bud? This past weekend, as we were walking to the park, we saw lots of little tiny buds on the bushes. In only a matter of weeks, these bare bushes will be covered in beautiful big green leaves. Every year I am amazed at how nature is reborn after the cold and harsh winter. A small beginning, may it be tiny buds or a new baby, leads to great things.

In this issue of The Preschooler you will find the themes of Spring, Earth Day, Easter and Passover. Yes, you've got it! They all have a common theme: "From small beginnings come great things!"

The Preschooler brings you the latest ideas and suggestion for fun and simple activities with your child.

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Spring T.I.M.E.

This is a great opportunity to teach children about how plants grow and ways we can co-exist with nature. While the soil outside is still frozen (at least in my side of the world) and does not allow for outdoor gardening you can do some indoor planting with these kids science experiments.

Earth Day

Expand your learning about Spring and connect your teaching to instill awareness and appreciation to our environment with these Earth Day lesson plans.

Easter T.I.M.E.

Continue with the idea of renewal with these unique and easy Easter crafts.

Passover T.I.M.E.

In the story of Passover the Hebrews begin a new life as they are freed from slavery. Use this opportunity to teach your child about overcoming obstacles and the undeniable power of God with this Passover story.

Until next time,

Z. Meltzer Director

Preschools 4 All

P.S. Next month's issue is about Mother's Day and some end of the year gifts for teachers.

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