My House

Young, Risa
October 2004
Scholastic Parent & Child;Oct2004, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p67
The article presents suggestion on how to teach children the concept of shelter. Read stories about the different kinds of homes and structures people inhabit. Invite your child to think about his own home. Encourage him to create a replica of his home. Provide blocks, legos, or other building materials; props, such as small plastic dolls, animals, furniture, and vehicles; and art materials, such as fabric scraps, paper, scissors, markers, and tape.


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