Grey clouds in blue sky

Describing observations

Describing things is a good way to increase vocabulary and improve observational skills. Sometimes it’s hard to get those conversations going though. Ask a five-year-old what she sees and the reaction may be disbelief. Is this a trick question? You do have eyes, don’t you?…

Dinosaurs looking at egg

Am I yours?

A strong wind separates an egg from its parents and the dinosaurs try to find out by process of elimination which species it belongs to.

Ocean with seaweed


Reading this story about one brave fish and his friends may inspire conversations about optical illusions, camouflage, food chains and how animals stay safe from predators.

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