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By Ellie Springer on May 11, 2021
What’s This? A Seed’s Story
by Caroline Mockford
Video of Ms. Ellie reading the story.
Sensory play: fill a bin with soil, some bigger seeds like sunflower, pumpkin/squash or beans, and small buckets and shovels, or you can fill a tub with grass or bird seed. If you have a magnifying glass, these are great to add to a seed sensory bin. If there are different types of seeds in your bin, your child can sort them in a muffin
Our mission at First Connections is to equip parents with tools, practical strategies, and connections to other families and their communities to foster healthy parenting and guide them through the first years of the parenting journey.
We offer support groups and play groups to families with children from birth to age 8 in the communities of Acton, Bedford, Boxborough, Carlisle, Concord, Hanscom AFB, Harvard, Lincoln, Littleton, Maynard, Sudbury, and Westford.
The first time you drop your child off at school or child care can be full of mixed emotions--for you
What is Dialogic Reading?
Some of you may have heard or read about dialogic reading in materials from First Connections