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Off We Go! is written and created by Early Childhood Education expert and children’s media writer, Marisa Lark Wallin and award-winning podcast creator, Maggie Robinson Katz. Each 7.5-minute episode is thoughtfully created to include an upcycled, easy-to make craft, using materials that are accessible to most. Following early childhood standards-informed methods of guided play, the episodes are narrated in the present-tense, with each listener as the main protagonist. Children are encouraged to imagine their surroundings using all their senses, move their bodies, and in each episode, help a different animal solve a problem using the tool they created. Flex your muscles and your imaginations with us!

Off We Go! Marisa Lark Wallin & Maggie Robinson Katz

    • Kinder und Familie

Off We Go! is written and created by Early Childhood Education expert and children’s media writer, Marisa Lark Wallin and award-winning podcast creator, Maggie Robinson Katz. Each 7.5-minute episode is thoughtfully created to include an upcycled, easy-to make craft, using materials that are accessible to most. Following early childhood standards-informed methods of guided play, the episodes are narrated in the present-tense, with each listener as the main protagonist. Children are encouraged to imagine their surroundings using all their senses, move their bodies, and in each episode, help a different animal solve a problem using the tool they created. Flex your muscles and your imaginations with us!

    Off We Go! Episode 5- Coral Reef

    Off We Go! Episode 5- Coral Reef

    For this episode, we'll be making a snorkel.

    We use a snorkel to help us see and breathe underwater.

    Our snorkel has two parts: goggles and a breathing tube. To make our snorkel, you will need paper, a straw, and tape. Ask your grownup to help you cut one long strip of paper, big enough to wrap around your head, and two smaller strips of paper--to make the eyepieces. Take one smaller strip of paper and curl one end to the other--to make a circle. Tape it together. Do the same for the other smaller strip of paper. Then tape those two next to each other, so they look like glasses--or goggles. Then tape the longer strip of paper from one end of the goggles to the other, to make a strap that goes behind your head. Then tape your straw to one side of the goggles to make a breathing tube. One side should be able to fit in your mouth, and the other side should be up in the air...to help you breathe!

    • 11 Min.
    Off We Go! Episode 4- The Desert

    Off We Go! Episode 4- The Desert

    For this episode, we'll be making binoculars.

    We look through binoculars to see things that are far away.
    To make our binoculars, you will need two toilet paper or paper towel tubes. Ask your grownup to help you tape their sides together, so you can look through both tubes at the same time. You can use stickers, markers, crayons or pencils to decorate them and make them your own.

    • 9 Min.
    Off We Go! Episode 3- Mountain

    Off We Go! Episode 3- Mountain

    For this episode, we'll be making a magnifying glass.

    To make this magnifying glass you will need a flat circle to look through. You can cut off the tip of a toilet paper or paper towel tube, use an empty tape roll, or really anything that is a circle.
    To make the handle, ask your grownup to help you find a stick, a pencil, a paintbrush, or chopstick. Then tape the handle to the circle to make your magnifying glass!

    • 10 Min.
    Off We Go! Episode 2- The Beach

    Off We Go! Episode 2- The Beach

    For this episode, we'll be making a bucket. You can use a clean, empty tupperware, yogurt container or coffee can. You could even use a small, empty box! Really anything that you can put stuff in and tape stuff to. Then cut one strip of construction paper, and tape it across the top of your bucket to make a handle.

    • 10 Min.
    Off We Go! Episode 1- Forest

    Off We Go! Episode 1- Forest

    Off We Go! is written and created by Early Childhood Education expert and children’s media writer, Marisa Lark Wallin and award-winning podcast creator, Maggie Robinson Katz. Each episode is thoughtfully created to include an upcycled, easy-to make craft, using materials that are accessible to most. Following early childhood standards-informed methods of guided play, the episodes are narrated in the present-tense, with each listener as the main protagonist. Children are encouraged to imagine their surroundings using all their senses, move their bodies, and in each episode, help a different animal solve a problem using the tool they created. Flex your muscles and your imaginations with us!

    • 7 Min.

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