AGAIN you shared so many fabulous posts… our After School Linky is getting better and better! The other hosts and I so appreciate it when you come by to share your ideas for learning and fun for school-aged kids.
This week I chose five posts to highlight.
Wow. With over 100 ideas in the post (including the jar pictured above), you will absolutely find something to cure boredom! Check it out at Tip Junkie.
There are some great read-aloud recommendations in this post from What Do We Do All Day. The fifth book on her list was a favorite read aloud when I taught a multi-age classroom of grades 3-5.
I’m a big fan of games that can be played with children of different ages and abilities. Get out an old deck of cards and create this simple math activity to teach number identification, addition, and more. Check it out at Switching Classrooms.
Lately my daughter has been disappointed that our after school snacks have been “same old, same old.” I’ll have to create one of these healthy snacks from Kids Activities Blog.
I already knew Amanda from The Educators’ Spin on It was a special person; this post confirms it. It can be hard to welcome even the kindest of relatives into your home for an extended stay — but Amanda has some wonderful tips for making the most of a long visit from your in-laws. Find some practical advice for putting others first – while taking care of yourself too.
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