I've been a kindergarten and first grade teacher for a long time, so I have a huge stash of children's books, both fiction and nonfiction, for little kids. I've collected books from bookstores, Scholastic book orders, book fairs, Amazon, library book sales, you name it! (anyone else like this?). Every once in a while, though,... Continue Reading →
This architecture-themed process art activity uses textured foam blocks to print shapes and create amazing pictures of houses and castles!
Find out how you can use a black light to get kids excited and engaged in 5 different types of learning activities! A guide for teachers and parents to incorporate this exciting tool in your learning space!
This little reader does it all! It lets kids practice reading and sight words, and it's also a super fun math activity that lets them practice creating shapes in an engaging, hands-on way! It even builds fine motor skills. Geometry just got a little more exciting! *This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. That... Continue Reading →
These hands-on optical illusion activities are inspired by the book “Walter Wick’s Optical Tricks.” They are sure to be a huge hit! Make a DIY mirror box and other quick and easy crafts to surprise and delight your sense of sight!