See if you can guess these familiar faces, even with masks on! The answers are at the bottom but no peeking 🙂
Jesse (HowardCenter clinician)
Emily (HowardCenter interventionist)
GUESS WHICH ANIMAL!
Another guessing game! Listen to the animal noises and see if you know what animal it is and what they are doing. Parents can toggle through all the links on top, there are tons of different sounds!
Follow the link below:
Some more animal noises with pictures if you don’t want to guess:
THREE INGREDIENT DESSERTS!
Here’s a few desserts for you to make with 3 ingredients and a few add ons! Shortbread cookies:
♡ 2 1/2 cups flour ♡ 1/2 cup sugar ♡ 1 cup butter
Mix all together
Put some flour down on the counter to flatten out dough.
Roll it to about 1/2 inch thin. If you want you can use cookie cutters for fun shapes.
If you don’t want to cut out shapes just place thin cookies on baking sheet.
Bake at 325 for 10-12 minutes
Now you can have fun and dip in melted chocolate or add sprinkles!
Add all ingredients in a bowl.
Zest the lemon a little: it won’t disappoint!
Then cut lemon and squeeze the juice into bowl.
Roll the dough into balls and place on baking sheet (oil the baking sheet a little)
Press dough with fork
Bake at 350 for 9-12 minutes
Peanut butter or almond butter cookies:
♢ 2 bananas ♢ 1 cup oats ♢ 4 tablespoons peanut butter or your choice of nut butter (almond butter, sunbutter) Add ins: ♢A little maple syrup or honey ♢Chocolate chips for a fun treat!
Mix all together.
Bake at 350 for 20-30 minutes
☆ 2 or 3 bananas ☆ 1/2 cup cocoa powder ☆ 1 cup almond butter or peanut butter ☆ Add a little maple syrup or honey if you want
Mix all together
Put in 9′ x 9′ brownie pan
Bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes
I love to bake and cook especially with all of your children. I miss that very much. We have made most of these and the process is fun. They are always excited to share what they have made with their friends and teachers.
DEVELOPING SELF – GROWING, MOVING AND BEING HEALTHY
MOTOR DEVELOPMENT AND COORDINATION
Goal 2: Children develop strength, eye-hand coordination, and control of their small or fine motor muscles
HEALTH AND SAFETY PRACTICES
Goal 1: Children develop healthy eating habits and knowledge of good nutrition.