With a postcard collection, your kids can get connected with friends and family around the globe and learn geography as they do! Here’s how you do it: Make a list of friends and family members who live in a different city than your own. They may live a county away, a few states away, or on the other side of the ocean. Next, gather
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!
This easy-to-make bookmark is a great way to save your place!
You can create a flower file, perfect for spring!
Moving? Learn great ways to approach kids with this topic.
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Making a journal can help kids with their own development.
Scavenger hunts can be a fun and educational activity for your kids.
Getting kids into music can be a great afterschool activity!