Fizzy Sight Words

Fizzy Sight Words
Sometimes it can be tough to keep kids interested in learning, especially when it can seem like you are doing the same thing over and over again – like practicing with sight words. Swapna, from The Practical Mom, was working … Read More ...

Plant-able Paper Earth

Plant-able Paper Earth
How about celebrating Earth Day by making a miniature Earth you can actually plant?! This project will have you recycling, making paper, and even planting a garden. Who can ask for more than that?

Steph, from Modern Parents Messy Kids, … Read More ...

Run and Count Game

Run and Count Game
Carolyn, from The Pleasantest Thing, created this game so her kids could practice letter recognition and counting; and, while it does do these two things, it does much more. You can also use this game as a great way for … Read More ...

Rain Cloud in a Jar

Rain Cloud in a Jar
Go dig in your cupboards to find the supplies you need to try this weather-related science experiment with the kids. All you need is a clear cup or jar, some shaving cream, food coloring, and water. Before they did this … Read More ...

Giant Shape Sort

Giant Shape Sort

While working on shape recognition with younger kids, what do you use? Do you use workbooks, blocks, or stickers? Jenae, from I Can Teach My Child,  went big with her idea for helping her kids sort shapes. She created fast … Read More ...

Kite Math Matching

Kite Math Matching
With the spring weather usually comes strong winds — which are perfect for flying and making kites. Even if those kites are only going to be used for teaching math concepts. Don’t worry though, your kids will have so much … Read More ...