Treasure Island Adventures

We are super thankful for our Experience Early Learning Curriculum during this time where we are able to set sail to many places around the world virtually. We are learning about the letter of the alphabet with our Treasure Island alphabet book. The kids enjoyed coloring their books and sharing with their parents.

TREASURE ISLAND BOOKS

Tracing shapes and lines in the sand. This activity is a great way for kids to work on their fine motor skills our little’s enjoyed the texture of the sand between their fingers. They did a great job tracing and were super focused ! Experience Early Learning has several research based activities that really help our kids learn through play.

Creative Corner – working on our Treasure Maps, we encouraged them to place their shapes on the map then secure each shape a the top with tape. We enjoyed making maps and pretending to hunt for treasure.

We gave the kids all the same supplies to create their own sandcastles. I love how different they are!

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Stacy Ransom says:

    Love your pictures! It looks like you’re all having a lot of fun.

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    1. Thank you so much we are!

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