Exploring Bees and Spiders

In A Bug's Life

for Toddlers

Today, let us explore the world of Bees and Spiders as we learn all about them and their characteristics.

Session Preparation

1. Intro Video

2. Expert Talk: Play is the highest form of research

3. Let’s Get Started: ​Perfect your yoga poses while listening to songs on Bees.

4. Learning is Fun:  Learn your colours while observing Spiders and Bees​

5. Creative Expression and More:  Listen to some fun stories about bugs as you dance like a butterfly.

 

  • I attempted to say ‘Spider’ and ‘Bee’​
  • I can recite 4-5 words of the rhyme​.
  • I was able to follow the instructions and perform the yoga poses​
How to use this?

This is a development tracker that will help you identify your child’s skill and level of competency. You may want to revisit the KLAY @Home sessions if you think your child needs more time to hone the skills addressed in the sessions.

During Mealtime: Meal and snack times are important times of the day when the entire family can come together and bond. You can use this time to talk about the day, your favourite games food or books. ​

You can also offer choices whenever you can to initiate conversation, like “Would you like apple or pear slices?” or “what should we make for dinner /lunch?”​

During the Day: Toddlers love bugs. And what makes it even more exciting is that they are so accessible. No matter where you live, there are always bugs you can find around you. You can talk to your children about how ants are attracted to sweets, how spiders spin a web, how a grasshopper walks with its hind legs, and how a caterpillar turns into a butterfly. You can also show your child pictures of bugs or read to them about it.

 

Objectives of the week

Today, let us explore the world of Bees and Spiders as we learn all about them and their characteristics.

Sessions of the week

Tue, May 12Exploring Bees and Spiders​
Thurs, May 14 Creepy Crawlies
Fri, May 15It's Storytime Today

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