Learning with Patterns

This learning activity is provided by Guest Blogger Kim Vij of The Educators’ Spin On It Patterns are everywhere! They are such a playful way to start working on life-long math concepts with your child.  From the patterns in our clothes, plants around us and even in the way we line up our toys we can […]

2 Printable Halloween Activity Pages

Need a super-quick activity for some Halloween “fun on the run”? Try these Print-n-Go Halloween activity pages to practice some SPOOKY spelling skills or have some FUN in the pumpkin patch. 1. Halloween Word Search It’ll be “a scream” for kids to find all the Halloween words hidden in this steaming pot of witch’s brew. […]

Developing Your Child’s Gross Motor Skills: Ages 1–6

Whether you need help encouraging Baby to walk or are just looking for exciting ways to teach your child to hop, balance, and throw with ease, we’ve got you covered with gross motor games and activities for ages 1–6 years. Gross motor activities engage the LARGE MUSCLES in the body — the arms, legs, and […]

It’s a HALLOWEEN HULLABALOO . . . Crafts, Games, & Learning Activities for All Ages

We’ve got dynamite decorations, creepy crafts, educational experiments, and more! We’ve rounded up “the best of the best” Halloween ideas from our Blog Ambassadors to bring you this special Halloween Hullabaloo. Like a treat bag on Halloween, this post is OVERFLOWING with goodies . . . our TREAT to you! 1. Last-Minute Halloween Crafts Allison […]

5 Ideas for a DISCOVERY DAY!

Exploring . . . Sensing . . . Traveling . . . Discovering . . . Recording . . . All in a day’s work for a busy explorer. Use these five action-packed verbs to frame your own Discovery Day — while introducing little ones to famous explorers and scientists too! Here’s 5 ideas to […]

5 (Actually 10) Fun Ways to Celebrate Fall

Whether it’s ol’ fashioned leaf rubbings you’re looking for, or you want a “smelly” project that captures the spicy scents of fall, it’s all here in our fall round-up. “Something old. Something new. Something egg-washed. Something glued.” OK, so that’s probably not much help to a bride, but if you’re a parent or teacher wanting […]

Professional Development Day – Activities for Kids!

Your kids may soon have a day off from school so their teachers can participate in a Professional Development Day, but do not assume this day need only be for the teachers‘ professional development! Take the day to learn about different professions with your child. It’s a great opportunity for him to see and appreciate […]

Fantastic Facts About Your Favorite Fall Foods

Autumn isn’t called the harvest season for nothing.  If you’re looking to sneak-in a little nutritional learning with your child this season, here are a few “Fantastic Facts” about some of the most popular Fall foods. Apples Nothing says autumn like a crisp juicy apple. From apple picking to apple cider to bobbing for apples, […]

Fall Matching Activity for Kids (Printable)

Looking for a little Autumn-themed fun (that sneaks in a little learning, too)? Then enjoy this printable activity with your child that celebrates this fabulous Fall season. Click to download this Fall matching printable, then ask your child to identify the two leaves that match! Other ways to enjoy this printable are: Ask your child […]