It’s time for another link-up of activities for kids ages 5 and older. Wow- there were so many great ideas shared last week. It was very hard to limit my favorites list to three posts. Please pop over to these amazing blogs and check out their resources!
Fun Ways to Teach Beginning Division, from Teach Beside Me
I love these ideas for introducing division to beginners from Karyn at Teach Beside Me. You’ll also find links to free printables, YouTube videos, suggested apps, and a list of ten children’s books that teach division. A must-see!
17 Early Elementary Activities, from The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide
You have got to check out this huge list of learning ideas for all areas of the curriculum – just right for kids in the early elementary grades. Isn’t this a brilliant use for old CDs? If you have younger kids, you’ll also love Jaimi’s giant lists of infant, toddler, and preschool activities!
6 Books about Autism, from Growing Book by Book
Most of us know someone with autism, and this book list is a great resource for opening up the conversation with our kids.
Back to School Emergent Readers, from The Measured Mom
Here’s something from me – did you see my newest set of free emergent readers? Print these four books for use with new readers ages 4-6. You’ll also find tips for how to use them.
And now, the After School Link-up!
The Educators’ Spin On It
Afterschool for Smarty Pants
Boy Mama Teacher Mama
Coffee Cups and Crayons
Little Wonders’ Days
Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational
The Measured Mom
This Reading Mama
What Do We Do All Day
We’d love for you to share your School-Age Post (ages 5 and up) about your learning week after school. Tell us about your Crafts, Activities, Playtime, and Adventures that you are doing to enrich your children’s lives after school, homeschool, or on the weekend!
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