This is a fun activity that can be played with children of all ages. It not only introduces children to the sense of touch, but also helps them think descriptively, which is helpful when writing. Here’s what you’ll need: *Brown paper lunch bags *A variety of small objects from around the house or outside. Some possibilities are: Toiletries – a comb, a hairbrush, a
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!
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!
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.
One of our favorite picture books is The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. In the story, the caterpillar comes out of his egg and is very hungry. He eats and eats and eats until he makes a cocoon – later to emerge as a beautiful butterfly. And what does he eat? He starts off with an apple, then goes through pears, plums, strawberries,
Touch Rugby is one of the most popular non-contact sports for children of all ages.
Scavenger hunts can be a fun and educational activity for your kids.
How kids can learn and have fun with improvisation exercises.