>Find a nice comfy piece of grass, lay down and check out the clouds. Are there any that look like animals? As the clouds keep moving and changing, see what animals you can see. Is that a dinosaur? Make this a family activity: See what different animals each member of your family sees in a
>It’s spring! Head outside for a walk. Bring the whole family and search for signs of the changing season or simply something new in your neighbourhood or area. This activity promotes engaging in physical activity.
>Let’s go outside and search for geocaches! What is geocaching (gee-o-cashing)? Geocaching is like a treasure hunt using a GPS (global positioning satellite). (You will need a GPS unit and an Internet connection as well as a sense of adventure!) By going on the geocaching website and entering your home coordinates (longitude and lattitude) or
>Do you have a dog? Do you know a dog you could play with? Most dogs love to play fetch. Toss a stick, ball or toy for them to chase and catch. Ask them to bring it back to you so you can throw it again. It might take a bit of patience and training
> The 20th was the first day of Spring. Have you seen the first Robin of Spring yet? Take a look around outside–do you see one? If you don’t have Robins where you live, what are some of the first signs of Spring where you live? This activity promotes season identification and visual identification skills.
>Try going over-bars. What is over-bars? Swing on a swing and see how high you can go. When I was a kid we used to go as high as we could thinking we could go over the bars that holds the swings up. We never did, but it was fun to try! (Make sure you