We are reading a lot of picture books this summer for our library’s summer reading program, and we’ve come up with some new ones to add to our favorite’s list. One of them is entitled Stuck by Oliver Jeffers. This fun story is about a boy who gets his kite stuck in a tree. To get the kite loose, he throws his favorite shoe
When my oldest was small, we discovered a book at our library that became a favorite: The Look Book by Tana Hoban. What made this book so fun was the way we were able to use it as a guide for making out own “look book”. The Look Book consists of a number of photos of objects or animals a child would know. Preceding
This easy craft will inspire children of all ages to make some music!
Here’s a fun art project that’s a good one to do outside as it can get a little messy: paper marbling! It involves shaving cream, tempra paints, and a lot of fun! This is what you’ll need to get started: A can or two of shaving cream Wide, shallow pan, such as a 9” x 13” baking pan (can use a disposable pan) Food
Soundstracks is a fun game for young students — one you can really get creative with!
A rainy day is the perfect day for getting together to play a game!
The eastern coast of the United States is due to see a cicada swarm this spring — an fascinating event for everyone!
Get creative and express yourself with this fun collage craft.
Using the picture book Diary of a Worm as an example, your child can write his own creative animal diary.
Here’s a fun activity that will get creative juices flowing! All you need are some random objects and a little imagination to advertise them.