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With signs of spring starting to pop up everywhere, it’s the perfect time to go outside for a family scavenger hunt! This collection of easy-to-spot (and not-so-easy-to-spot) items is wonderful addition to Mrs. Leah’s Springtime Mystery Walk. Simply click on the image below, print it out, and see how many …

Miss Leah is delighted to offer Baby & Me…online! During the weekly Zoom meeting, parents and caregivers of newborns will meet for a virtual “play date,” hear the latest news about early childhood parenting, discuss developmental milestones, sing to their babies and offer support to one another (while remaining safe …

Practicing shape and color recognition with your little one? Turn it into a game using blocks and markers. Shapes and colors are easily recognizable for children and help them begin to organize and categorize information. The same skills used to discern shape and color will develop into reading, writing, and math …

Tomato dissection an easy and fun project for you to work on together as a family…particularly during lunch! Here’s all you need for this simple at-home science experiment: Materials 1 tomato (any “seedy” fruit or vegetable will work, really) Plate or cutting board A knife Procedure Before you cut the …

One of the most beautiful times of the year is when birds begin chirping and flower buds begin to bloom. While you are home with your child, take the time to be outside as often as possible! Nature is our greatest classroom. Studies show that outdoor learning delivers many benefits …

Tzatziki…not only is it fun to say, but it’s fun to make! In this week’s In The Kitchen virtual cooking workshop, Chef Liz teaches how to make this staple of Middle Eastern cuisine using just a few simple ingredients and following a few simple steps! Looking for a book to …

We’re delighted to offer families a new Recipe for Play every Monday – Friday at 11am! From art projects to cooking lessons to outdoor games and more…these daily activities are sure to keep children both active and engaged while they’re home from school. Have a tip, suggestion, or idea for …

Every garden has mysteries, especially in the spring. You and your child can seek and find these mysteries together in your back yard or just walking the dog. Do this once and you will see things you never noticed before. Do it once or twice a week for a month and …

We are delighted to offer a collection of coloring pages created by local East End artists! Simply click on a picture, download, print and let your creative minds run wild! We’d love to see and share your work with the CMEE community. E-mail info@cmee.org or tag @cmeegram on your Instagram pictures and …

Sad songs. Happy songs. Silly Songs. Dance songs. Sing-along songs. Everything-in-between songs. Who doesn’t love music‽ CMEE Staff Members have curated a few Spotify playlists (family-friendly, or course) that we think will get your family moving, shaking, or just nodding their heads. Want to recommend a song for our community …

Join your favorite CMEE Educators as they read some of their favorite stories! Want to suggest a story? E-mail Liz@CMEE.org with some of your favorites!

Domino the Bunny is currently spending time with a Museum staff member, but he really wishes he could travel the world right now. Where would you like to see him visit? Download and print out this picture and use your imagination to draw a vacation spot the CMEE’s #1 Bunny …

Teachers have sent home worksheets, books, and suggestions for what to do with your children over the next two to six weeks but, we are missing an essential part of the school experience: the structure.  There is something reassuring about the predictability of a school day for a child.  They …

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