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Help kids visualize where they live with this easy to make step book.
Chart the change in price of some of life’s most common household goods, like milk and soup, with your kids in this unique Mother’s Day economics activity.
Discuss the similarities and differences between animals while matching play dough imprints with the correct animal.
Find familiar and less familiar books on this list by Shel Silverstein — and celebrate language, poetry, and an astute creator of books for children of all ages.
Looking for an easy way to infuse math into your crafting sessions? Here’s a craft that doubles as a fun math learning opportunity!
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.