The cold winter days have settled in and some days, it’s just too cold to play outside. If your house is like mine, it doesn’t take long before the kids start climbing the walls. Here are some fun ways to use up that pent up energy while you are cooped up inside.
Want to see waterfalls, wetlands, wildlife, and wild Christmas trees; musical gardens, garage art, murals, Christmas lights, chickadees that land on your hand, and cafes where hot chocolate and tasty treats await? Let’s walk!
Tis the season to sparkle and shine!
Many families find great joy in hopping in the car and checking out the twinkling Christmas lights in their neighborhoods. In Calgary, there are many other places you can go to see the magical splendor of holiday lights as well.
Educators, families and caregivers… bundle up! Whether you enjoy winter or not, it’s time to embrace the snow and cold because this season comes with a ton of learning opportunities for children. From wildlife, to adaptations, to temperature changes and more – with curious children by my side, I have learned to love this season for what it has to offer. Here are some of our favorite scientific activities to explore in nature during the months of December to March!
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