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  • Purpose Of Play

    Date: Sep 12, 2018
    Learn about the purpose of play in early childhood. Discover why play-based education for young children is so critical to their social, emotional, language, cognitive and physical development. This workshop is designed for parents and caregivers.

  • Essential Skills for Learning and Life

    Date: Jan 31, 2019
    Come and learn about the critical skills children need to learn and how you can incorporate them into everyday interactions with young children. This workshop is designed for parents and caregivers of children 30 months to kindergarten!

  • Show Me Nutrition-Lewiston Head Start

    Date: Oct 09, 2019
    Show Me Nutrition (SMN) is a nutrition education program for youth.

  • Positive Discipline

    Date: Nov 05, 2018
    This Positive Discipline workshop help adults learn how their role in creating appropriate environments and experiences can strengthen the development of self-control and give adults valuable skills to positively discipline their young children.

  • Show Me Nutrition-Gaylord Head Start

    Date: Oct 07, 2019
    Show Me Nutrition (SMN) is a nutrition education program for youth.

  • Show Me Nutrition-Vanderbilt Head Start

    Date: Oct 10, 2019
    Show Me Nutrition (SMN) is a nutrition education program for youth.

  • Heads In, Hearts In: Birds Eating Worms

    Published on October 18, 2018
    In this activity, children will practice fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination by grasping, opening and closing clothespins.

  • Heads In, Hearts In: Flower Arrangements

    Published on October 18, 2018
    Children will develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination by poking artificial flowers through holes in a colander into plastic foam.

  • Preparing Young Children for Success

    Published on May 25, 2016
    A summary of MSU Extension's early childhood education programming in 2015.

  • Heads In, Hearts In: Full Early Childhood Activity Book

    Published on October 18, 2018
    The Heads In, Hearts In family enrichment program encourages families to use their minds as a tool to expand their knowledge around a variety of topic areas. This packet contains all 15 early childhood activities.

  • Preparing the Future Generation for Success

    Published on May 26, 2016
    A summary of MSU Extension's children and youth programming in 2015.

  • Heads In, Hearts In: Alphabet Sand Writing

    Published on October 18, 2018
    In this activity, children will practice recognizing and writing letters in sand.

  • Heads In, Hearts In: Feelings Mask

    Published on October 18, 2018
    In this activity, you will explore emotions with the child by creating a mask that represents a feeling or emotion.

  • Heads In, Hearts In: Matching Shapes and Blocks

    Published on October 18, 2018
    In this activity, children will work on geometry and spatial reasoning by selecting a block and finding the matching shape outline in the same color.

  • Heads In, Hearts In: Flip Flop Rhyming Fun

    Published on October 18, 2018
    In this activity, the child will practice understanding how rhyming words start with different letters or sounds, but end the same way. They will match up words that rhyme by matching halves of pairs of flip flops.

  • Heads In, Hearts In: Cupcake Counting

    Published on October 18, 2018
    In this activity, adults will encourage and support children as they practice their fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination and counting by placing the correct number of pompoms in the cupcake liner.

  • Heads In, Hearts In: Parts of a Book

    Published on October 18, 2018
    In this activity children will choose a book to explore and you will work with them to identify the simple parts of a book.

  • 4-H Military Family Book Sheets

    Published on January 20, 2014
    The 4-H Military Family Book Sheets help parents and guardians find books and activities to help their children during various stages of their service members’ deployments.

  • Heads In, Hearts In: Movement Dice

    Published on October 18, 2018
    In this activity, you will practice engaging in gross motor play with the child by rolling dice to see what movement to try. Children will learn and practice many ways to move their big muscles.

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