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Fall Leaf Color Scavenger Hunt

Have fun collecting and learning about leaf shapes, types, and colors!

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An Autumn Wreath

Get outside and go on a scavenger hunt with your toddler to collect fall leaves and create a beautiful wreath to hang in your home!

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Watching Our Feathered Friends

Observe which birds come to your feeder or you see in your neighborhood.

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Make Some Observations!

Have fun recording your observations of how your herb garden is growing! You can observe on a daily, weekly, and/or monthly basis.

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Feeding Our Feathered Friends

Make a bird feeder with simple materials and have fun learning all about birds!

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I Wonder Chart

With an indoor herb garden - or any other plants - you and your child can have fun making predictions about what your plants will be like as it grows! And then with time, you can see how accurate you were!

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Indoor Herb Garden

Sage, Thyme, Rosemary… Turning seeds into an indoor herb garden is not only easy and fun, but it's an easy and fun way to introduce children to the wonders of gardening.

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A Worm's Home Sweet Home

What makes a home "sweet" for worms? In this activity you and your child will build a worm bed and then go on an expedition to find worms in your backyard or neighborhood!

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Wobbly Worms

They're squiggly. They're wiggly. And they're oh so... amazing!

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ABCs with VeggiEs

What happens when you combine letters and vegetables? You get Letterables!

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Rainbow Veggies

Explore the rainbow with your toddler as you search for colors with fruits and vegetables!

The Rainbow Garden

The wonder of caring for a garden and learning about nature provides an abundance of learning opportunities for young children. They can do everything from growing fruits and vegetables and learning about the environment to raising butterflies and observing wildlife, all of which have positive effects on their health and development.  Inspiring their curiosity about the world around them, they’ll also improve their fine and large motor skills and gain new language art, math, science, and art experiences.

The Rainbow Garden is inspired by Smart Love Preschool's Nature and Garden curriculum and is designed for children ages 2 through 6 years old. Be sure to ensure a non-pressure environment and your toddler, too, will blossom!