We love to take long walks in the park. Here we are on a gorgeous Fall day!
Food activity: homemade hot chocolate - yum!
Refining our fine motor skills by rolling, squeezing, and cutting playdough.
Leaf fight in Prospect Park!
Ana reads one of our favorite stories, "Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak.
Food activity: homemade rice pudding.
For Halloween, we made special pumpkin laterns using a small handrill to carve star-like holes. We even picked out our own sugar pumpkins from the Prospect Park farmer's market!
We love to play with foam! It's a great sensory activity that we use to help us identify shapes and colors, while stimulating natural peer-to-peer interaction and conversation.
Examining a butterfly's wing that we found on our walk to Prospect Park.
Picnicking in Prospect Park and enjoying fresh blueberries from a local farmer's market.
Digging in the earth at the 6/15 Green Community Garden.
We visited a local pizzeria and had a few Italian ices on a hot summer day!
Trying out snap peas as a yummy new snack. Spoiler alert: they were a big hit!
Smiling faces during storytime!
Brooklyn musician and educator Joanne Riel (of Flying Teapot Music) stopped by to sing and play music with us. Here we are playing with an autoharp!
Beating the drum with Brooklyn musician and educator Joanne Riel of Flying Teapot Music.
Taking a walk through the neighborhood with Monet. We love to sing songs and play "I Spy" as we explore!