Creative Activities for Kids
Developing creativity in kids is essential for a lifetime of learning joy. Use these activities and games for imaginative, fun and creative ways for…
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Children thrive with a steady rhythm to their days and when they have a period of quiet every day to reflect, recharge, and rest. The Quiet Time Club gives your toddler or preschooler a daily quiet time activity for each day of the week! This helps to keep quiet time special and engaging.
Do you ever feel overwhelmed, anxious, or worried about the future? Teaching children positive affirmations can be a great way to help them build resilience and create a growth mindset. In this article, we'll discuss the importance of affirmations for kids, some of the best affirmations for children, and how to use affirmations to help your little ones feel empowered and in control of their lives.
An EPIC STEM challenge for kids! Do you want to give your preschoolers the chance to explore STEM activities from the comfort of their own home? With homeschooling now more popular than ever, it's important that activities for preschoolers include something that helps to develop their knowledge in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. This STEM activity is perfect for young, curious minds and will inspire them to think, create, and explore the world around them.
35 popsicle stick crafts for kids! Keep your arts and crafts nice and simple with these craft ideas that use popsicle sticks. There are so many fun and easy art projects here for kids to make and do!
This Geography themed unit study is perfect for homeschooling families as it works for children from 4 years old through to 12 years old! There are modifications for all of the Geography activities for kids to make them suitable for children in Kindergarten through to Grade Eight! Children will learn to write in Mandarin, will build famous landmarks out of toothpicks and marshmallows, and they will learn all about the Seven Continents through hands-on activities, readings, and YouTube videos!
Are you looking for an easy way to add more balance and rhythm to your child's day? Waldorf philosophy is grounded in the belief that a child's day should have a gentle and predictable rhythm that allows for time to play, explore, create, and rest. With a little bit of planning, you can craft a simple, Waldorf-inspired daily rhythm that will give your child structure, consistency, and the room to develop their own unique gifts and talents. Grab this free printable rhythm wheel to help you!
Want to have some outdoor fun with the kids? Look no further! Making Origami Boats is the perfect craft that will not only keep the kids entertained but also teaches them how to fold and manipulate paper in the shape of boats! With just some paper and a few easy to follow steps, your kids can create their own sailboat, cruise them in the puddles, or race some of their friends’ boats. With Origami Boats, you can bring the joy of the seaside right to your own backyard!
Before a child can print his or her name letters there are 5 stages they will pass through. This is actually true for all of the letters of the alphabet! This post shares with you how to teach the letters of a name to your child in a developmentally appropriate way to ensure your child has success and feels proud!
Do you want to give your kids some educational fun? Puzzles are an excellent way to engage and entertain young minds, as well as provide them with the opportunity to develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills. From developing language and math proficiency to improving spatial awareness and motor skills, puzzles offer a variety of educational benefits for kids! Find out 10 benefits in this blog post!