Build A Bridge for 21 Elephants
Do you know the story of the Brooklyn Bridge? Twenty-One Elephants tells the tale and inspired this Engineering Science for Kids challenge this week
From maps to mazes and amazing teamwork
Promote collaboration in your classroom with a cardboard maze! Have you ever noticed the similarities between road maps and mazes? We have been exploring the connection between the two in our preschool classroom... Begin with a Book We began our day by reading the book Along a Long Road by Frank Viva.
Word Ladders - Great Literacy Game!
I love using games in the classroom and this is one that is easy to prepare, easy to learn and great for making kids think about spelling an...
Egg Drop Challenge with Free Planning Printable - Buggy and Buddy
We had so much fun with last year’s egg drop challenge that we had to do it again this year! The egg drop project is such a fun way incorporate critical thinking and problem solving into a fun science activity for kids, and it’s great for a wide variety of ages. Both my kindergartener and my […]
DIY Yard Yahtzee
Here is an easy DIY to super-size one of your favorite board games to yard-game status. We are making a giant set of dice for a game of DIY Yard Yahtzee.
Plant Investigation Unit: All About Plants, Life Cycle and Needs!
Come explore the world of plants with this investigative science unit! Your students will have the opportunity to explore this topic using: arts and crafts, printables, mini books, science explorations and so much more! This non-fiction pack includes:1. Recommended Book List2. Life Cycle of a Plant...
Great Summer Library Challenge for Kids: Scavenger Hunt
Wrap up your summer reading with a fun library scavenger hunt kids can do own their own or with their parents to learn about books and resources at their local library.
This game - in which players attempt to toss washer rings into buckets - is as easy to set up as it is fun to play.
This game - in which players attempt to toss washer rings into buckets - is as easy to set up as it is fun to play. by Ann Porterfield on Indulgy.com
Culinary Class Introduction Activity- Recipe of Me!
This activity is meant for a middle or high school Family and Consumer Science culinary arts, restaurant management or foods class. The product includes a 4 slide powerpoint introducing the activity and an activity sheet if you choose to use it instead of having the kids make their own. This perfe...
Where in the World is your Food from? (Food Mapping!)
This food mapping activity combines lessons on our food system with world geography, helping show kids where our food comes from.
GROSS MOTOR ACTIVITIES: FLAMING HOOPS - The Inspired Treehouse
Here's a chance to do circus activities for kids, be daredevils with today's fun gross motor activities! Jump through the flaming hoops at the circus.
Growing Germs - Playdough To Plato
Activity for ages 3 to 8. This simple kids’ science experiment uses an apple and your kiddo’s own germs to show little ones just how important hand washing is now that cold season is upon us. Once my 4 year old daughter, A, could visually see the germs that were on her hands, all battles over proper […]
Sports Party- Trophies
This is a craft activity we are going to do with kids in our Sports Party. But for the party I`m going to purchase yellow cups.. then only decorating and cutting out the handles is left to do for the kids. But today we covered some colourful bithday cups in yellow and gold paint and…
Animal Yoga for Kids: The Perfect Way to Encourage Calm
Try Animal Yoga for Kids! Your children will grow their concentration, flexibility, self-awareness and fall in love with the natual world too!