Australia Day Crafts
Australians have a national holiday called Australia Day every January 26th to remember their origins and celebrate their achievements.
Children love to spend time experimenting with different textures. Playing the collage game is definitely a way for them to have fun while learning. Make your own dice to add fun to the game.
Dinosaur Elections - activity
Elections Day is the second Tuesday in November. People are getting ready to vote. Let your children have an opportunity for a classroom election experience.
How to Make Rhythm Band Instruments
When you have a good beat, the music really keeps coming, gets a life, and takes on a flow all its own.
Make a Family Tree Mobile
Enjoy the season when you gather together for a big family dinner and take lots of pictures. Then...Make a leaf mobile with family pictures to celebrate your wonderful family.
Make a Healthy Journal
“What does it mean to be healthy? February is “National Hearth Month: so it’s a good time to think about health and how to keep healthy by the things we do.
Make More Rhythm Band Instruments
Shake it up, let the kids have a good time as they get a good beat and the music just keeps happening.
Make Your Own Volcano
Want a craft that will really make an impact on kids? Try creating and erupting your own volcano! This project takes some extra time, but the results are well worth it.
Making Wordless Books
Children’s Book Week is celebrated the week before Thanksgiving. A fun activity with your children is to help them make their own books to celebrate the week.
Physics for Every Kid – Book Review
This book is full of exciting ideas, projects, and activities for schools, science fairs, and just plain fun!
Ahoy there land lubbers! If yer young uns are pirates in trainin then here are some crafts for them.
Rock Collecting - activity
Earth Science Week is the second week in October. Unless you live where snow is covering the ground, it would be fun to plan an outdoor walk for this week. Rocks make a good collection to work on during Earth Science Week.
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