S’mores Craft for Kids

Last summer we put in a small fire pit area in our backyard.  We love using it and almost every time we have a fire going we make S’mores.  As I added the ingredients to my recent grocery list, inspiration struck and this easy S’mores craft for kids was born! S’mores Writing Craft for Kids […]

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Reading Challenge for Kids

Whenever my son finishes a book he loves, I know the question he’ll ask me next: “Has the author written any other books?”  Most of the time the answer is yes. We add the author’s other books to our list and check them out on our next library trip.  He finds so many amazing books […]

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2D Shapes Activities for Kindergarten

This post contains affiliate links of products I recommend.  Read my full disclosure statement. One day in math recently it became very clear to me that we needed to brush up on 2D shapes.  Circles, triangles, and some of the easier shapes were no problem. However, shapes like a pentagon, hexagon, trapezoid and others that […]

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Easter Writing Paper

I grow restless every February.  By this time of year, I’ve had my feel of cold, gray days and snow.  I can’t wait for spring to be here fast enough!  Since spring has been on my mind, I decided to start creating some resources for these much awaited warmer months.  I hope you love this […]

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Penguin STEM Activities

Two fun penguin STEM activities for kids: penguin belly slides and tobogganing races #penguins #penguinskids #winteractivitiesforkids #stem

Penguins love to toboggan, or slide, on their bellies.  It’s faster and not to mention more fun than waddling along the ice all day.  Here are two penguin STEM activities about tobogganing to get your students creating and building this winter. They’re perfect for young learners just getting started with STEM. Both STEM challenges use […]

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Mayflower Craft Template

Moving Mayflower Craft for Kids #firstthanksgiving #thanksgivingcrafts

Paper plates and popsicle sticks create a moving Mayflower craft your students will love. It’s a great craft to do when learning about the Pilgrims or the first Thanksgiving.  Want to take the craft a step further?  Have students write a few sentences about the Mayflower or the Pilgrim’s journey on the back of the plate. […]

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Paper Bag Turkey Craft

Stuffed Paper Bag Turkey Craft for Kids

I’m just crazy about these little turkeys!  They’re so easy to make and almost mess-free.  You probably even already have all of the supplies lying around to make them.  These turkeys make an adorable bulletin board or classroom display.  They’d even look cute sitting on your table on Thanksgiving! Materials brown paper lunch sack 2-4 plastic […]

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