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Nature Detective 3-4 (revised)For 3-4 Year Olds
Size Identification, Communication, Cognitive
Shape Recognition, Knowledge, Cognitive
Play, Logical Reasoning, Communication
Parts Of A Plant
Stem, root, flower — what other parts of a plant can you name? Use this activity to introduce your little one to the parts of a plant.
Help your preschooler learn and colour the parts of a plant using crayons.
How Does This Activity Help? Your preschooler learns to identify different parts of a plant.
In this activity, your child acquires vocabulary relating to plants.
Garden Tools
Garden tools help us in keeping our garden beautiful! How many garden tools can you name?
Help your preschooler colour and identify the garden tools by name.
How Does This Activity Help? This activity introduces your preschooler to the different garden tools.
Discuss with your child about an action associated with each garden tool. For example, the watering can is used to water plants.
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Flower Mask Time to put on a mask and have some pretend play fun! Help your preschooler colour the flower mask, cut it out, and string some yarn through the eyelets. Remember to cut out circles for the eyes.
How Does This Activity Help? In this activity, your preschooler creates a colourful flower mask.
Use this craft for fun pretend play time!
Handprint Flower We use vases to hold flowers when we want to keep them in the house — but the flower vase below seems to be missing a flower!
Help your preschooler coat their hands in child-friendly paint and hand- print a flower.
How Does This Activity Help? Your preschooler unleashes their creativity in this activity.
To your child, talk about the different parts of flower.
RED
ORANGE
YELLOW
GREEN
BLUE
INDIGO
VIOLET
Rainbow Flowers Red flower, blue flowers, yellow flowers and more! There are so many coloured flowers!
Introduce your preschooler to all the colours of the rainbow and help them colour the flowers, using paint and cotton/sponge bits.
How Does This Activity Help? Your preschooler is introduced to all the colours of the rainbow.
Your preschooler associates flowers with colours.
Garden Sizes There are little flowers, big birds and tiny bees! Introduce your child to big and small with this activity!
Help your preschooler identify the sizes of the elements below!
How Does This Activity Help? Your preschooler learns to differentiate big and small.
Your preschooler associates the sizes to these garden elements.
Butterfly Man Flower Pot
Honey Bee Flower Shovel
Answers: 1) Butterfly, 2) Shovel, 3) Watering Can
1) Circle the smallest element
2) Circle the biggest element
3) Circle the biggest element
Shape Garden Have you seen all the shapes in the garden? Introduce your preschooler to shapes with this activity.
Help your child identify, trace along the dotted lines and colour the shapes of the plants below.
How Does This Activity Help? Your preschooler identifies the shapes of the plants and colours them in.
Take a walk in the park/garden with your preschooler and identify all the shapes you can see!
Looks like the frog has lost its way home! Help your preschooler guide the frog to its lilypad through the maze.
How Does This Activity Help? Guiding the frog home requires your preschooler’s logical reasoning skill.
Once done with this activity, talk to your preschooler about frogs and their living spaces.
Lost Frog
How Does This Activity Help? Your preschooler uses their logical reasoning to identify which of the elements belong in a garden and which don’t.
Discuss with your child the names of the different elements on the cube.
Roll the cube and identify if the element that comes up belongs in a garden or not.
Help your preschooler cut and glue the cube. Roll the cube and play the game! Garden Cube
Shovel
Frog
Leaf
How Does This Activity Help? Your preschooler learns the names of the insects. Thus, enhancing their vocabulary.
With your child, discuss about the different characteristics of insects.
We’re going on a bug hunt! we’re going to find all the bugs.
Help your preschooler identify and circle the butterfly, honeybee, caterpillar and snail in the garden below.
Insect Hunt