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Kids stuck on writing? Can’t figure out what to write? These spring writing prompts will help your kids find endless things to write about! One of the things my kids always complain about is writing assignments. They are hands-on kids and love active projects, but writing…. not so much. One way that I’ve found helps […]
If your kids are working on 10-frames, they will love this fun penguin-themed 10 frame worksheet! Printable, free, and ready-to-go! Just add penguins! Winter is the perfect time to do all things penguin! If you have some adorable penguin erasers like these, print out these penguin 10 frames to help your little ones learn to […]
Love unicorns? Then you will LOVE this list of magical unicorn crafts for kids! Perfect for a unicorn party, classroom fun or everyday! My newly-turned-four daughter is in love with unicorns. She even picked a unicorn theme for her birthday this year. Because she loves unicorns so much, I definitely want to provide more unicorn […]
Help first and second graders solidify math facts with this fun hands-on number sentence game! Kids will love doing math this way! Math games are an excellent way to bring fun and learning together. Some of our favorite math games were our Uno math game and dice multiplication. This fun number sentence game is also tons […]
We were able to experience hands-on learning fun with the Minecraft engineering class taught at the National Video Game Museum by Play-Well TEKnologies. During our Christmas break, I learned about a class that was taught at the National Video Game Museum by Play-Well TEKnologies. Monkey loves Minecraft and engineering, so I knew she had to […]