Water-Play-Toys-Lessons-Learnt-Journal

Lessons Learnt Journal is a great resource for ideas that are tried and tested. Pauline shares her top 5 ideas for items to use for water play.  I remember when my kids were young letting them just hang out with …

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color-mixing-tactile

 

This tutorial from We Made That is lots of tactile fun for little ones. You can use this for teaching colors, teaching the science of color mixing or just simple tactile squeezy fun for the little ones.

 

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spykit1a

 

If you put a bunch of tweens together and hand them this kit you are sure to invite some imaginative active play. I love the idea of this kit being hands on. Forgot spy games on computers, forget spy …

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colormixinglessonplans

Notjustcute shares this wonderful color-mixing play based learning activity. The Children use pipettes and food coloring to explore the magic of mixing colors together. This could be taken one step further by using paints (watered down) and then creating art …

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art mug1I love how creative some people can be. Who knew you could create an entire lesson plan based around hot chocolate and include language arts, math, crafts, science and every other subject out there?!?! You MUST check out The Nature

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rainbow1Here’s a fun hands on project to teach your children about water density. You can also teach them about the colors of the rainbow and what order they are in. This is the perfect science project for St. Patrick’s Day!  …

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solar1I think this craft turned out amazing! If your kids are at all interested in space and the solar system, or even if they aren’t, they will love this craft! For the full tutorial, head over to Little Hands, Big

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Primary Colors activitySometimes the best way to understand something is to dig right in and make it happen right before your eyes! This post is wonderful for teaching little ones how to turn primary colors into all the colors of the rainbow. …

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This is a great craft to increase your children’s dexterity, concentration and manual skills. I love the wings that are printed on acetate paper, don’t you? Check out the full tutorial and materials over at Ginx Craft.

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DSC07651The stars are so fascinating, aren’t they? I was lucky enough to have a planetarium in my high school where I grew up, and boy, did I love that class!  What child wouldn’t want to have their own Planetarium that …

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How wonderful is that word ‘craftivity’. This is the perfect craft and activity to encourage your children to continue learning all summer long.  I’m sure your home has plenty of fun materials that will create an amazing body! The bubble …

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I have previously posted about a Jellyfish craft, but this one is also worth mentioning! I love the idea of thin tissue paper as the body of the jellyfish, makes it see through! You can find the tutorial and …

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My daughter just had her first dentist appointment and did wonderfully, but this lesson plan from The Nature of Grace would have been helpful to get her a little more prepare and knowledgeable about her teeth and the dentist. You …

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This craft/project would be great to incorporate when teaching about gardening, or any other environmental lesson plan. You can find this tutorial, and make a ‘cute’ compost bin of your own over at We-Made-That.com.…

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Come Together Kids is a great blog to get fun ideas to do with your children. This Science Party post that she has compiled is amazing. She has a bunch of links to her past ‘experiements’ that you can …

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