Your very first Learning Project
Tree of Life
Moikka! Welcome to your first Learning Project with 17 activities for the next 4 weeks!
In many cultures around the world, the Tree of Life symbolises the Universe, our roots, connectivity, growth and hope.
Explore the beauty of nature, trees and animals around the world and practice fine motor, creative, language and self-regulation skills with your child with 1-2 thematic activities per day.
3 – 6 years old
My Tree of Life
Learning goals: fine-motor skills, expressing creativity, the concept of unity.
Draw and create here your own Tree of Life that invites all the animals and people of the world around it!
Tree of Life – Week 4
We will start off this week by collecting positive words during different moments of the day. We will spend the days going through the books of our home library learning about forest our the world. You can do 1-2 activites per day with the child. The activities can be repeated as many times as you want!
Activity + Video
Watch the video
Following the falling leaves
Start this activity
Showing a way
to the leaves
Start this activity
My Tree Friend
Read our guide
Guide for Parents
Read through the activity and get familiar with it before preparing and starting the activity with your child
Have a look at what material and equipment you need for the activity and prepare them all with your child before you start the activity. For example, if you’re crafting, cover the table with tablecloth and put on an apron for you and your child. Or if you’re going to have a physical activity make sure that there is enough space around and the environment is safe for your child. Finally, make sure that you’ve all the materials and equipment you need.
Tell your child what are you going to do and get inspired together by going through the activity together
Take photos during the activity to make the learning process more visible. It also helps you child to memorize and view the activity afterwards. It’s also fun to have a look at the pictures later on.
Encourage your child to learn new things and give positive feedback. Let your child try new things her- or himself and take a step back from time to time. As a parent you guide your child and pay attention to your child’s initiatives. If your child gets an idea which is not in the activity flow, go for it! Supporting the ideas and initiatives of your child enables more learning opportunities and your child is more engaged in the activities. It’s ok to take different directions during the activity and important to take into account the creativity of your child.
After finishing the activity, tidy up with your child together and put materials and equipment back to their places together
If possible, after the activity think together with your child how she/he can continue playing according to the theme of the project or the activity. For example, if you’ve just finished planting a seed and taking care of it, proceed playing with soft toys and take care of them in a play.
Have you finished the Tree of Life learning project?