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Listen to the birds, admire the buds, pick a flower ... it smells like spring! What are we waiting for to get some fresh air? Our tips and good ideas to help him enjoy this beautiful season.
Look at the buds and flowers ...
- Or ? In the garden, in the square or in the woods, show your child the buds as the days go by. Highlight the delicacy of their spreading scales. And the small tender leaves, rolled in cornets and covered with down, that go out along the branch ... Come back the next day. Oh, there's nothing left? A bird could feast! Show him straight tulips like a picket, lily of the valley that smells good. "No, we do not put in the mouth, it's poison!" Orient it on the daisies that are called as they hatch at the time of Easter: they feel less good, but are not toxic. He can pick them up without fear and make a little bouquet for Mother's Day. The daisy meadow, the most common, is all white. And the rose full of petals? It's the pomponnette!
- What do we do with it? A collar of daisies. It's your toddler who picks them. It takes a dozen. Show him how to pick the biggest ones and cut them at the base with as much stalk as possible. To fix them, split the middle of the stem with your fingernail, leaving the end intact. Introduce the stem of the second daisy and gently pull up to the flower. Split this new rod ... and so on until the last that will open a little wider to pass the flower.
To watch the birds
- Or ? In the garden or the square. Your child will be happy to throw them a few crumbs to attract them. He can be fascinated by their color, their nest, their song ... He will first learn to be discreet because, otherwise, the bird flies away. Observe their differences. The blue tit is easy to recognize with its cobalt blue on the head and wings, its small yellow belly and black tail. The less fierce with his orange red bib could be a robin! And the magpie, dressed in black and white? She is said to be talkative and thieving. Discover the nests. Under the roofs, hide those sparrows and swallows in the branches, hide those magpies and tits ... Remind your inquisitive that it touches only "with the eyes". The birds make these shelters with love and patience for their babies.