I will tell you right off the bat I really wanted to do Kinetic energy experiments with the girls. I thought it would be fun to play human bumper cars. But then I thought better of it. In the end we went with . . .
Jumping around like Kangaroos (with little “Kangaroo” babies attached - only one of the girls cooperated with that little element), and then posing adorably with said “Kangaroo” babies (one actually was a Kangaroo, the other two were a fish and a giraffe).
They made paper kite collages with papers and yarns.
I think if I were to do it again I would have some small papers cut and ready for the girls to glue onto their kites. I’m think 1/2”-1” squares and circles and triangles, or even some fun shape punches like butterflies.
For snack we had fruit Kabobs. These were really fun and the girls loved them. I put out bowls of cut apple, sliced banana and grapes, and the girls just went to town spearing fruit with their little toothpicks. They were really yummy.
For our last project they drew pictures and sealed the envelopes with a Kiss (we also slipped a Hershey’s Kiss inside). I put lipstick on each girls and they got to seal their own envelope. They were soooo excited to have their turn with the grown-up girl stuff. Who knew we could have so much fun learning about the letter K without pushing each other around!