Bing and Bong are great undercover teachers. Each of their videos contains a lesson plan that meets early childhood educational milestones. Can you guess what lessons your children learned while they were watching Free Wheeling? Continue reading
Bing and Bong had quite an adventure yesterday. And now it’s your turn. Before you begin your craft, take a minute to talk about what Bing and Bong did in the story by asking questions like: Continue reading
Bing and I were really happy that we were able to help our Flocker friend in “Strength in Girders” with his construction problem. Now it’s time for you to put your hard hats on for some building and counting fun.
We’re going to build with a range of objects such as Legos, smooth blocks and whatever else you have handy. Continue reading
If you’re having a concert, that’s a bad thing, but when it comes to wind chimes, we don’t have to be so exacting. The sound of clanging objects in the breeze makes kids happy so let’s go for it!
Making wind chimes is an activity that even toddlers can do (with a little help from you). Wind chimes can be created using metal washers, bells and other metal pieces that have a hole in them. The children can use string to suspend the pieces from a central object. Continue reading
Young children need to understand that sometimes even the best of friends (like Bing and Bong) will have disagreements. But this doesn’t necessarily mean that their friendship is over. Continue reading