Paper Bag Nest Counting Game
This time of year there are plenty of birds flying around building nests so I think this educational project is very timely.

Niccola, from An Idea on Tuesday, had some paper bags left over so she had some fun …

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Two Simple Shamrock Games
While Allison, from No Time for Flashcards, created these games for her kindergartener, they can be easily modified for younger and older children. She used craft foam supplies she found at the dollar store to make both of these …

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Spring Forward Craft
When you go to bed tonight, you should set your clock forward one hour because daylight savings time begins at 2:00 am tomorrow. This is why I chose to share a clock related craft today!

I was looking for a …

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Bee Theme Number Matching Game

These adorable bees, made out of chenille stems and pom-poms, will happily help your kids practice counting; however, I think they are adorable enough to use for other uses. Perhaps make them into magnets to hang on the refrigerator?

Carissa, …

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Kid's Coins

Ellen Luckett Baker created this project with her kids after explaining to her children why President’s Day is celebrated. After looking at president’s that were pictured on different coins, they decided to make their own coins using shrink plastic.

While …

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Maths in our house is one of the lessons my kids fight me on before I even get the paper and pencils out. It’s a shame because they are actually quite good at it. (Well some days). This would be …

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Thought I would share some printables and lesson plans for older kids. My daughter hates Math. I don’t know if this is because we ask her to work on it or if she really just hates it. I can’t really …

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You might find this hard to believe but as I am currently located in Australia I have never actually tasted a Candy Corn. I really should import a bag just so my kids can understand what all the Candy Corn …

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Number recognition is not just about the usual digits.  Why not tech your toddler and preschooler other ways of viewing “numbers” too. I know my kids find Maths a little boring so having different methods of teaching is a great …

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This adorable little Abacus is from the Education.com website and very cute. Can an Abacus be cute? It’s simple to make and actually works. The kids can have fun creating it, then using it. It is also a perfect addition …

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Sometimes the best way to learn is not to teach but to play. Thanks to theunlikelyhomeschool.com here are 5 fun ideas for Math activities.…

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There is the old age debate of whether we should just let kids play instead of making everything a lesson. Our house is somewhat educational. Our toy room looks like a kindy and we have been asked numerous times if …

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Melissa & Doug’s Play Money Set, was used to create this sneaky math game. Trick the kids into using their math whilst they setup a snack bar in your home. This activity has lots of room for growth …

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deck1Looking for a way to close out the end of your school year? Here is a wonderful lesson plan unit that takes the theme ‘Bon Voyage’ and applies it to all the subjects for a memorable exit and having fun …

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Painted counting rocks1Recently, I have been looking for ways to teach my younger sons letters and numbers. This rock number idea is perfect for that! Rocks are amazing to children..why not make good use of them?!  You can find the how to …

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