Math at the Movies

Use Math Skills to Plan a Day at the Movies

Give your students real-world math skills practice with a fun activity featured in our November blog post. Children will practice counting money, telling time, and calculating percents and fractions of the whole as they plan an outing to the movies. Read on to find out more! Read More

Pumpkin Five Senses

Pumpkin Five Senses Project

Autumn has arrived! Celebrate the season with an activity that introduces the five senses to little ones. In this easy activity for young learners, children will explore a pumpkin using their sense of sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch. We include a free printable five senses worksheet to make this activity extra doable and fun. Read on to find out more. Read More

Make a Back-to-School Photo Frame 3 Ways

3 Ways to Make a Back-to-School Photo Frame

Welcome back to school! Celebrate the first days of school with an adorable keepsake photo frame students can make out of popsicle sticks. In our September blog post, check out our easy tutorial for making a back-to-school photo frame three different ways. Read on to find out more and get started. Read More

Practice Spelling with a Giant Backyard Scrabble Game

Play an Outdoor Spelling Game

Get outside and practice spelling skills with a backyard game your whole family will love! In our August blog post, we share a quick and easy tutorial for making jumbo alphabet letters that kids can use to spell words Scrabble-style on the lawn. Read on to find out more. Read More

Make Puffy Sidewalk Chalk Paint for Summer

Puffy Sidewalk Chalk Paint Recipe for Kids

We all know sidewalk chalk is synonymous with summer! In our July blog post, we're featuring a DIY puffy sidewalk chalk paint recipe that will help your little ones take their pavement artwork to new heights! This recipe is quick and easy to whip up, and you only need four ingredients. Read on to find out more. Read More

Take Learning Outdoors This Summer

5 Summer Nature Activities for Kids

School may be out for the summer, but there are plenty of ways to take learning outside as a family! In our June blog post, check out five family field trips or activities you can do with little ones to help them discover a love of nature. These educational activities are perfect for getting children outdoors this summer—without breaking the bank! Read on to find out more. Read More

3 Poetry Activities for Spring

Spring Poetry Projects

Grow creative writing skills with three seasonal poetry activities for kids! In our May blog post, we're featuring three poetry writing exercises you can do with your students to celebrate spring. Get ready to practice acrostic poetry, couplets, and haiku poetry. We have even included several printable worksheets to make these activities easy and convenient! Read on to find out more. Read More

Jelly Bean Rainbow Science

Jelly Bean Science Project

What could be more exciting than a jelly bean science experiment?! In this activity, your little learners will make mesmerizing rainbow patterns with jelly beans and water. This science project couldn't be easier or more fun—grab a pack of jelly beans and read on to find out more! Read More