We provide a monthly holiday calendar full of different kinds of holidays you can celebrate with your learners and ideas for celebration!
Are you hoping to find an easy, educational Valentine’s Day craft for your learners? Look no further! Enjoy completing this Heart Family Portrait craft with just a few simple needed materials and very little mess!
Check out our holiday calendar for February! Here and on our social media pages, we share fun and educational ways to celebrate!
Each month, we will be sharing a holiday calendar that you can use with your family and learners! Our blog and social media posts will provide ideas for celebrating. These holidays include religious holidays, national holidays and/or historical holidays, and holidays that are just for fun!
This cute craft is a great activity for National Popcorn Day on January 19! Or even consider giving it a shot on a rainy or snowy day. It’s a great, low-maintenance activity for toddlers and up…and it’s tasty, too!
These science discovery bottles are the perfect way to teach STEM concepts to your kids while celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. Find the instructions and a materials list at Little Bins for Little Hands.
Bring a bit of the Mardi Gras celebration to your house with this quick and easy King Cake by Real Life at Home. Get the directions here.
Couple this craft by No Time for Flashcards with a book or two about our early presidents for a fun way to celebrate Presidents’ Day. Get the directions here.
The learning possibilities are endless with these Valentine themed number cards from Fun a Day. Learn more and get the printable here.
Are your kids interested in coding? This activity by Little Bins for Little Hands is the perfect activity for them and it’s just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Chinese New Year is almost here. Teach your kids about it with the help of this fun drum-making activity by Gift of Curiosity.
With Martin Luther King Day right around the corner, teach your kids to honor his legacy with these service activity ideas from Multicultural Kids Blogs.
We may be a week into the new year, but it’s never too late to set some goals. Your kids will enjoy this project by Mess for Less.
Whip up a batch of this play dough with your kids on New Years’ Eve and they’ll have fun playing with it all the way to midnight. Get the instructions from Mama Papa Bubba.
Whether you celebrate Kwanzaa or want to learn more about it, Living Montessori Now has put together an extensive resource list of songs, rhymes, and finger plays all related to Kwanzaa.
No matter what their age, your kids will love this game! Visit Pint-Sized Treasures for the rules and fun learning extensions.