Summer Starry Night Activities

Astronomy Activities for Kids

Warm summer nights are perfect for stargazing! Encourage little ones to explore the wonders of the night sky with fun, imaginative activities featured in our July blog post. We'll show you how to host a stargazing scavenger hunt, record the phases of the moon in a summer moon journal, and make beautiful constellations with a simple art project. Head outside on a clear summer night and try out these stellar astronomy activities! Read More

A School Year to Remember

End-of-the-School-Year Projects

The end of another school year is something to celebrate! Help your students reflect on the highlights of the past school year with three meaningful activities featured in our May blog post. These activities are simple, memorable, and flexible. Whether you use these end-of-the-year activities in the classroom or at home, your students will enjoy reflecting on the milestones they reached this year. Read on to find out more. Read More

Make a Rainbow in a Jar!

Make a Density Rainbow!

Learn all about density in this colorful spring science experiment! Students will layer sugar water with different densities in a jar to create a rainbow. This activity is very easy to do, and you only need a few pantry staples to get started. Read on to learn how you can make a rainbow in a jar! Read More

Tree Branches of Government

Branches of Government Game

Help your students grow an understanding of the U.S. Government with a spring-themed social studies activity for the whole class! We provide the activity template for you, so you don't have to go out on a limb to practice the branches of the U.S. Government with your students! Read on to find out more. Read More

Literacy Centers!

5 ELA Literacy Centers

Practice literacy skills with your students using these five simple learning center ideas! The sorting activities in this blog post will help your students become experts on cause and effect, fact and opinion, prefixes and suffixes, synonyms and antonyms, and the parts of speech. Grab a set of flashcards and read on to find out more! Read More

Seasonal Science: Make a Crystal Snowflake!

Crystal Snowflake Science Experiment

Add a little sparkle to the start of the new year with a fun winter-themed science experiment! In this activity students will learn how to grow crystals on their own handmade snowflakes. Kids will be amazed at how easy and fun it is to grow their own crystals—and you will too! Read on to find out more. Read More

Christmas Snacks for the Whole Class!

Holiday Snacks for the Whole Class

'Tis the season for holiday parties! Whether you're a teacher looking for easy (and economical) ideas for the classroom Christmas party, or you're a parent scrambling for a last-minute snack to send along with your kiddos—or you're just looking for some fun holiday food ideas to try at home with your little ones, we've got you covered! Read on to find out more. Read More

Thanksgiving Math Activity

Thanksgiving Addition Activity

Your little learners will want to gobble up this Thanksgiving-themed math activity! It's the perfect way to practice basic addition, money skills, and critical thinking skills. Gather those holiday grocery ads from your Sunday newspaper and we'll show you how to "ad" up to a great Thanksgiving dinner! Read More