When the snow melts it will help flowers grow and and spring will finally find Northern Michigan!
Mi Families (“my families”) plans many outdoor activities during spring.
When it’s too cold and wet however we find ways to keep active indoors!
Mi Families can help your family find deals for local activities and events,
… as well as discounts for fieldtrips state wide to museums, zoo’s, butterfly houses …
Last week we visited a zoo and butterfly house…
Lots of adventures are planned for later this spring and throughout summer vacation.
Mi Families facilitates adventurous activities and learning adventures.
If you’d like more information about our adventures or our “education through recreation” programs –
Email Christi@MiFamilies.com or network with our other team/members on LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube…
Mi Families facilitates programs for families and those who work with families.
Mi Families facilitates provider trainings, parent workshops, youth services…
Our youth services include tutoring and homeschool classes for tots thru teens.
Our littlest learners love the lessons we offer using Mother Goose Time.
Mother Goose Time provides a preschool curriculum that can be adapted for different ages/stages.
Through MGT themes tots are introduced to new concepts while early elementary students expand on their unit studies.
As we wait for our area to look like spring – we decorate indoors with our thematic art projects.
As we learn about caterpillars turning to butterflies – we make many crafts, explore manipulatives…
Caterpillars turning into butterflies lead into learning about tadpoles turning into frogs.
Tadpoles turning into frogs lead into learning about other animals that hatch from eggs.
From butterflies to birds it’s been a week of learning about spring…
Next week is a shortened week for services – due to the Easter holiday!
Next week we’ll enjoy Easter activities and more spring adventures…
inside and outdoors!
For more information about our adventures visit www.MiFamilies.com
For more information about the curriculum mentioned (and pictured above) visit www.MotherGooseTime.com