LET'S EXPLORE INDIA!

The India Unit is under way! Visit the India section of the Resource Library for our growing collection of activities and printable for exploring India with kids! New content is added to the Resource Library on a weekly basis.



Fun Facts: India gained independence from Britain in 1947, but people have lived, worked, and played there for thousands and thousands of years! India is huge - It is the 7th largest country in the world and is the 2nd most populous country with over 1.3 billion people calling it home. Around 780 languages are spoken in India! You can find huge mountains, lush jungles, and dry deserts in India. India is amazingly biodiverse, containing 4 of the world’s 34 biodiversity hotspots. India is known for its beautiful wild tigers, colorful foods like Tandoori chicken, vibrant clothing like saris and dhotis, and as being a world leader in biotechnology!

Coming Soon in this Unit:

Henna hand craft (Now in the Resource Library)

Holi-inspired art

Bollywood dance party

Exploration of India’s national fruit

And more!


A Note to Parents:

My goal is to empower you to use classroom techniques at home. I’ve created these materials with the intention of creating opportunities for you to maximize the educational and developmental benefit to your children - without you having to carry the weight of developing varied and developmentally appropriate activities. Many of the resources will include sections entitled “Talk about it” and “Take it further.” These are meant to be a guide for you emulate what a trained educator might do with that particular activity. I will also be sure to explain exactly what skills your children are acquiring through “play.”

Finally, I want to hear from YOU. Please let me know how your Little Explorers are enjoying our materials, ask any questions you may have, and tell me what you would like to see in the future. Happy exploring!

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