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    Weather Wiz Kids: interview with the founder of this fabulous website designed to help kids learn about the weather.

    Make a snow storm in a jar- FUN Winter Science for Kids

    Weather Activities for Kids....fun science experiments to help kids learn about the weather

    Weather Wiz Kids weather information for kids

    Web Weather for Kids..enter zipcode super Storms: Treasures

    Help your child learn to recognize and spell their name with this Name Recognition Sensory Bin. It's a fun preschool activity to help them get ready for kindergarten.

    Help your kids explore a nonfiction book with a fact finding mission.

    Weather Wiz Kids - A great website for weather info for kids

    Use rocks as math manipulatives to help with addition in the easy math game for kids.

    Math homework can be very frustrating! Here are some great tips helping with and surviving your child's math homework.

    PRINTABLE Weather cards from The Helpful Garden

    Acorn Gratitude Banner: a simple Thanksgiving activity for kids that helps start the conversation about gratitude.

    Weather themed activities that work in your classroom! Our first unit is earth science, and the weather part is always so hard. Maybe these will help.

    Build! Paint! Erupt! Art and science combine in this spectacular giant foaming volcano. From Fun at Home with Kids

    Lego Math! Such a great way to help kids visualize math!

    Math Homework 101: Number Stories. Join me as we talk parent to parent and break down number stories. We'll learn together how we can be a better help to our kids. Plus, I'll explain some of those confusing new terms that keep popping up in your kid's math homework.

    Give the gift of candy-coated pretzels this Christmas with the help of these pretty printable gift tags

    Oh these chore charts for kids are just fabulous - hopefully my kids will want to help me more!

    Weather Words!

    Tattling vs. Reporting Cut and Paste! If tattling drives you bananas, this is a GREAT activity to remind kids the difference and it's fun too! :)