Bird Feeder Kit Instructions
Your bird feeder kit contains
4 pieces of twine
1/4 c. of bird seed
*You will need an orange
Cut the orange in half and scoop out insides so that you just have the peel left to use like a bowl. (You can eat the orange for a snack!)
Push the skewers through the orange peel so that they form an X.
Tie the end of each piece of twine to each skewer
Hang your feeder outside. Preferably some place you can watch it.
Fill the orange peel with birdseed
This is a great opportunity to talk to your little ones about the different types of birds they see & the body parts they use to get food!
Seed Paper Bird Instructions
This ornament is embedded with annual and perennial wildflower seeds. You can tear and scatter outdoors to germinate slowly, or plant them inside:
1. Soak the paper in water overnight.
2. Cover with a thin layer of soil and place on a warm, sunny windowsill.
3. Keep moist until seedlings are established, and enjoy watching them grow!
DCP Has Two Classrooms
Toddler Time Program
These sessions are designed to cater to the child who is ready to learn social and educational basics. Toddler Time is for children ready to learn and play together with their peers, guided by a teacher and classroom volunteer. The primary focus is on development of social, gross and fine motor, language and self-help skills, so class consists of circle time, group experiences, guided free play and snack time.
Our teachers work one on one with children, introducing new materials or lessons as each child appears ready. In addition to working freely with the classroom materials, teachers and children gather as a group for Circle Time and Snack Time.