Imagination Time Activities

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Imagination. Where would the world be with out the brilliant inventors, scientists, artists and teachers who use imagination to better our lives?  Imagination Time focuses on building vocabulary and making connections around one theme. Watch your child delight and explore these imagination time activities.  Click on the links to view the post in it’s entirety. PH03366IPaleontologist Dig for dinosaurs in your own backyard or sandbox.  All you need is a little imagination and a few plastic dinosaurs, unless of course, you live somewhere with actual dinosaur bones. 42-15689883Circus From contortion to juggling, bring the circus to your living room.  YouTube video clips linked for more entertainment. Get into a special costume for your high wire act! shopping listGrocery Store Make a shopping list with pictures or words.  Play grocery store and either shop or check out shoppers.  Learn new words like deli and bakery. j0405408Travel Start packing for a trip.  What do you need?  Where will you go?  Imagination can take you anywhere, so pack your bags and off you go! j0305932Restaurant Write a menu, then create your own restaurant with real or pretend food.  Invite your family members to try out your restaurant. CB007980Store Pick something to sell — probably not your little brother.  Ideas include beads, books and cars.  Make all items 1 cent to start.  Call it the penny store. Also read:

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