Little Tots, Big Art
Explore our latest addition to our site – Little Tots, Big Art (a.k.a Little Thoughts, Big Art) where Early learning meets art and relaxation.
Spread simple thoughts with a piece of art.Tater Tots Co.
This is where we showcase our artwork and how they can relate to education and early learning.
This is where we answer simple questions through actions, songs, quotes or anything else that can make learning more fun and motivational!
Here, you can find practical use for art and hopefully lots of fun!
We’ll be releasing more content so be sure to follow us.
Follow us on Facebook/Pinterest for latest blog updates, freebies and Ukulele printables.
Little Tots Big Art
#1 I Love My Body – Head, shoulders, knees and toes!
Let’s learn about body parts! The best way to learn about body parts is through activities like songs, worksheets, diagrams and practical use (daily activities, outdoor activities, games).
Sing together with your child the song Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes and make sure you are touching them!
Easy Peasy Pop Quiz: Why learn body parts?
To develop body awareness and have control over your own body of course!
#2 I love drinking water – How much should I drink?
What’s a drinking station and why do kids need one? How much water should kids drink and how much should they pour in their cup?
Remember to keep your child hydrated especially during the hot summer!
Whether at home or in school it’s nice to have a drinking station nearby to encourage kids to hydrate themselves regularly between activities. It’s amazing just how much benefit water does to keep that little body functioning at it’s best.
At home, a drinking station may just be a small corner for your child to pour water on their own or you may want to setup a simple Montessori Water Station.
It not only allows encourages your child to independently access water it also improves their wellness and self-care!
#3 How to plan together with kids?
If kids can learn how to play games, they surely can plan too. They can be taught how to be responsible and take ownership of small tasks.
By using a habit tracker planner or sticker reward chart, make sure to award young kids and be generous with praise.
Good habits start young, so make sure you are planning together with your child and following through!
#4 Little Plant Lovers Gardening Tips
Whether your child has his own house/indoor plant or terrarium.
Gardening is a healthy and fun activity for all ages. Kids develop meaningful new skills to care for plants. They learn about nature, science, life cycle of plants and growing their own food.
Many activities are involved in gardening so getting to know basic plant care essentials and tips is a great starting point.
Start planting and have lots of fun gardening!
#5 Do you know your child’s Birth Moon Phase?
The moon phase represents what the moon looked like on the day you were born.
Based on Moon astrology, there are in all 8 moon phases. Just like astrology, horoscope and birth charts, each birthday lunar moon phase signifies different character traits.
Find out the moon phase your baby is born in, and you might figure out a thing or two about their character.
You will find that a baby born during different moon phases may just affect their personality, and personal focus in life.
Curious about your moon phase? You can check the free moon phase calculator for your birthday here by StarDate website.