Virtual Kinder Prep
Pre-School Enrollment Includes the Following:
3 - 45-minute virtual live class sessions
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 9am PST / 11am CST / 12pm EST
Weekly 15-minute one-on-one child-teacher interaction
Bi-monthly 45-minute group parent-coaching and enrichment session
Open enrollment throughout the school year (until we reach maximum capacity)
Crystal snowflakes make for such a fun and learning winter science experiment for kids!
Here’s what you’ll need:
6 Tbsp. Borax
2 c. boiling water
Pencil or craft stick (one per snowflake)
White or blue pipe cleaners
Wide-mouth glass jar such as a Mason jar (one
Cut a pipe cleaner into thirds. Twist together at the center and then shape to look like a snowflake.
Tie a piece of string to the center of the
snowflake and wrap the other end around a
pencil or craft stick.
Double check the opening of the jar. It’s easy to push the pipe cleaner snowflake in, but difficult to get it out once the crystals have formed.
Dissolve 3 Tbsp. Borax for each cup of water. Fill the jar with Borax solution, then hang the snowflake by lying the pencil across the top of the jar. The snowflake should be fully immersed but not touching the bottom or sides of the jar.
Leave the snowflake alone for 24 hours. Then gently lift out of the water solution, dry on a paper towel for one hour, hang and enjoy!
Insta-snow Sensory Bin
This sensory alphabet activity engages kids as they practice letter-writing in Insta-snow
using their finger.
Symmetrical Valentine Hearts
You can teach the concept of symmetry (when both sides are exactly the same) to preschoolers while creating a beautiful Valentine heart. Fold a construction paper heart in
half. Children paint only on the one side that’s showing. When finished, open the heart and
smash the two sides together, creating a symmetrical heart.