We provide a monthly holiday calendar full of different kinds of holidays you can celebrate with your learners and ideas for celebration!
February Holiday Calendar
Check out our holiday calendar for February! Here and on our social media pages, we share fun and educational ways to celebrate!
Routine in a Chaotic Life
Caregivers, do you feel overwhelmed sometimes? Maybe all the time? Do you feel like you are ruled by chaos? That’s a feeling I know too well. I thrive with an established routine, and becoming a parent threw a wrench into my routine as I’d known it. Read more to see how I rediscovered a daily routine with kiddos in the mix.
January Holiday Calendar
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!
Honoring Martin Luther King Jr
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.
New Year’s Resolutions
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.
Help your children manage their emotions with this cute activity from Lemon Lime Adventures. Get the free printable here.
Labor Day Yoga Poses for Kids
Get your kids moving and stretching with these yoga poses inspired by occupations. Find them all at Kids Yoga Poses.
Observational skills are important in all aspects of life. Help your children practice these skills with this fun and educational activity from Edventures With Kids. Find the instructions and printable here.
Play Dough Faces
How are you feeling today? Let kids explore their answer to this question with these play dough mats from Blessed Beyond a Doubt. Your kids are sure to have fun creating different expressions on these printable mats. Find them here.
What better way for kids to learn about emotions than through practice and play? This activity from Where Imagination Grows does just that. Find the full instructions here.