This morning we did a fun experiment with supplies we had on hand! My kids enjoyed it so much, we spent an entire hour watching the colors twirl and dance. About these ads
This morning our science experiment was so simple and fun I wanted to share! Cleaning pennies! Yeah, it doesn’t sound fun but my kiddos loved it, and it is harder than you think ;)
I’m a lifelong learner and book lover. I want this for my children also. They are young but it is not too early to encourage and cultivate their love of books and reading. Here are some ways I do this with my own children.
In my art class this week I made up more of my Glow Shaving Cream Paint . I set up a room with black lights and we used it in two art projects. We made glowing crosses and glowing Easter eggs.
This week in my art class we did a fun and simple project, Fingerprint Crosses! I love giving them projects to take home and display that go with the season. So thinking about Easter and my elementary art students I settled on these fun crosses!
Today I’m sharing several rainbow art ideas for kids. These are fun to do around St. Patrick’s Day. Some I even used in my weekly elementary art class.
I am always looking for ways to teach and occupy my two year old while I homeschool my older two girls. My focus with him lately has been recognizing shapes and colors. I have some flash cards with shapes and colors and he does really well with them. So I decided to try something new … Continue reading
This whole last week has been volcano week in our house! That is what our science has been about and my kids are loving it :) We went to the library for books and DVDs about volcanoes, built and set off volcano models, played with food volcanoes, and tons of facts about volcanoes have been … Continue reading