It is never to early to start exploring science with children.
Now that the weather is warming up, it’s the perfec time to teach your child about the changing of the seasons and what’s new for spring! Here’s how to start a conversation about gardening, and how to create a learning window garden
By Ann-Marie Burton
Dinosaur month at momstown is full of fun crafts, silly dino snacks and lots of learning about different types of dinosaurs! We love this simple craft to get kids to think about where they dinosaurs would live. Using recycled and natural ingredients can make the perfect dinosaur habitat or diorama.
We love to get creative with crafts, but momstown moms know that there are lots of ways to teach your child about colour through science, sensory bins and even outdoor scavenger hunts! Here are 10 great activities to help your toddler and preschooler learn about colours and colour mixing.
This month, momstown moms and kids are taking off! What a great chance to learn about space by exploring the planets, stars, sun, moon and even ride some cool rocket ships!
It would not be Halloween without pumpkins and pumpkin carving. Part of the fun of the holiday is reaching inside a pumpkin to scoop out the gunk, and then in our house, roasting the seeds. While preschoolers and toddlers may not be able to take part in the actual carving, exploring a pumpkin is a great fall sensory and science activity.
Not only does the strawberry farm offer up some delicious snacks and fun outdoors, but it’s a great opportunity to learn a bit of science and talk about pollination. Here’s how.
It is Spider Central at the lake. Everywhere we turn we find another spider and this inspired the ‘Ultimate Bug Catcher”. It has provided endless amusement as the kids catch spiders, load them into the catcher and then we feed them flies.
Check out this science playgroup that momstown Guelph has started! Introducing kids to science is a great way to teach them about concepts, their surroundings and how things work.Have a child really into dinosaurs? This would be a excellent project to do together with a dino theme!