This simple craft has adorable results! Get all the materials and instructions at Left Brain Craft Brain.
Your kids will love watching this balloon blow up “all by itself” and they’ll learn a little science in the process. Get the instructions from Science Sparks.
These days there’s a holiday for everything. Every day of the year has multiple things to celebrate, whether it’s National Pig Day (March 1st) or World Mosquito Day (August 20th). If you can dream it up, it probably already has a day assigned to it. While it’s silly to consider celebrating every special day, it […]
We’ve all heard a lot about STEM education in the past few years. As the US has fallen behind many other countries in mathematics and sciences, and as we continue to move towards a more and more technological society, a push to encourage Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math to students in an integrated manner has […]
For most kids, Halloween is all about the costumes and candy. While parents can certainly understand this excitement, most of us would prefer that the sugary aspect of the holiday take a lesser role. With that in mind, in the weeks leading up to Halloween this year, why not turn your kids’ focus to the educational side […]
Want a fun, educational, and delicious activity to do with your kids for Valentine’s Day? Look no further than these adorable heart cake pops from Life is a Lullaby. Find the instructions here.
Who says slime is only for Halloween? Your kids will love making this recipe by Blessed Beyond a Doubt for Christmas slime. Get the instructions here.
We’ve spent the past three weeks talking about the ways we teach our kids math, literacy, and science without even realizing it. Helping our kids learn doesn’t have to be complicated or require hours to prepare special activities. Sometimes though, it can be fun to plan those special activities, especially when they coincide with holidays. […]
If you’re a fan of the show, you’ll love this educational version for kids by Rock the Library. It would make a great birthday party game. Get the instructions here.
“Why? Why? Why? Why?” If you have a child over the age of two, you’ve probably heard this question a million times already. It can certainly get tiring, but that innate curiosity of your child is actually a wonderful thing. You’re Teaching Your Child Scientific Concepts Without Even Realizing It! For the past two weeks, […]