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Water balloons + sidewalk chalk = math fun!
Stick Bombs are not only lessons in kinetic energy and tension, they’re engineering feats of awesomeness.
Some new, some timeless classics, here is a list of rhyming books that kids (and adults) of all generations have grown to love.
The word building stomp game is a simple, fun way to teach letter recognition and spelling while getting kids thinking and active for back-to-school season.
Make sight word practice fun with a simple slap! Its a fun way to review sight words this summer. If not sight words, then letters, numbers, or shapes!
By including unrealistic actions and silly characters to convey a message, the authors create pages of enjoyable entertainment while allowing their books to prompt a discussion about behaving appropriately.
Try this simple craftivity to help develop your child’s good manners and social skills.
Every year I sit down with my kids and we share what we think we should all work on during the school year. It might be an academic goal, it might be a social one, or a combination.
The long, hot days of August are often called dog days, but dog days can be any time you read about the canine adventures of man’s best friend. Discover all kinds of dogs in these recommended tales.