Looking for some fun activities to do with your little ones this spring break? Spring is the perfect time to be outdoors and experiencing the new growth happening all around. There are many ways to encourage exploration and creativity all while learning about our environment! Here are a few example activities from the Living Classroom lesson archive.
For more detailed instructions and for information on seed saving, please see our Newspaper Pot video.
For more detailed instructions please see our Nature Creatures video.
For more detailed instructions please see our Quiet Leaf Tracing video.
For more detailed information on bugs, specifically decomposers, check out our Bug Hotel video.
Using a trowel, dig a small hole in your container or garden area about the size of a fist. Add a little water to the bottom of the hole. Gently pull the seedling from the pot gently taking care not to harm the root ball. Place the seedling into the hole and cover with soil. Water generously.
To get detailed information on how to properly plant seedlings please see our Plant a Seedling video.
Second Grade MVWSD students