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#1 of 3 Old 05-06-2012, 03:00 AM - Thread Starter
 
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We are moving back to Denmark for a year and i need to bring supplies and a project list for 4yo dd.

 

What are your favorite projects? topics? resources?


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For a 4 year old? Just play really. Good quality art and craft stuff, waterproofs and warm clothing, magnifying glasses and binoculars, camping equipment. Maybe a balance bike or a seat for your bike. Stuff to help them help you cook, like small rolling pins and a step stool. Some really good books. That is pretty much all I'd say we use.  


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My oldest enjoys learning about:

space, birds, animals in general, anything science related, shes talking about learning to read and enjoys some workbooks (the ones that aren't to repetative), anything that is hands on etc.

I would make sure to have a good encyclopedia and dictionary :) I use those two a lot. I need to invest in more children friendly (aka. with more pictures) ones.


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