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Use toys to teach kids where animals live around the world.
This April celebrate National Poetry Month with this lyrical selection of readings.
This easy Book of Trees activity is the perfect Earth Day and Arbor Day learning project.
This game works on the skill of subitizing which is the ability to recognize amount immediately without counting each item in the group.
An activity that mixes color matching with a simple spring flower craft to brighten up the house (without picking my only flowers)!
Celebrate National Poetry Month by creating Book Spine Poetry.
Have your child sort your families’ shoes by size and color and sneak in some learning while cleaning and organizing this spring.
Practice math fact fluency with this fun bunny-themed activity.
They’re tricky and they’re selfish but then they get their comeuppance in the end, hooray! You and your kids are sure to enjoy the antics in these trickster tales for children ages 0-9.