Thanks for sharing all your great learning ideas for kids in kindergarten all the way up through middle school! I saw so many great ideas this week – again, it was so hard to pick which ones to feature!
My kids love sensory play, but with the variety in their ages (1,3,5,6) it’s hard to create something that they all enjoy. So I just loved this post from The Educators Spin on it which shows how to create a multi-age sensory bin for siblings. So many great ideas in here!
When I was a classroom teacher, some of my best readers and most thoughtful listeners who kids whose parents were reading them chapter books at home. I’ve worked to do that with my own children – but it can be hard to get started. Here are some great tips from What Do We Do All Day? to help young children love chapter books.
While we’ve chosen not to take our kids trick or treating, we do like to carve pumpkins with them each year. Okay, okay – my husband likes to carve pumpkins with them. But after reading these 8 pumpkin carving tips for kids from B-Inspired Mama, I just might be brave enough to try it myself!
I love finding new ways to play and learn with chalk on the driveway. Here’s a new twist to sight word learning- sight word islands from Creative Family Fun.
Check out our giant list of books about friendship – it was fun to find so many great titles!
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