Is winter a time to sit indoors? Of course not! Get out in the snow with your kids and enjoy this nature study program that involves tracking, dressing up, and stories about hibernation. Enjoy a snowy day nature unit with homeschoolers or any snow-loving young children.
Sometimes those “Why?” questions aren’t so bad. Use these tips to encourage your children to get to know their bodies and how they work!
We’ve been playing with Dot and Dash from Wonder Workshop now for a couple weeks and my kids are loving these toys. I’ve found them brilliant tools for rewarding my children in a way that is still educational and encourages learning.
The only thing better than exploring the great outdoors with kids is bringing a little bit of the outdoors back home or to the classroom. Molding wildlife tracks is so simple that anybody can do it, and the process (as well resulting casts) can be used as both outdoor science and nature activities. Plus, an […]
Here are two ideas for games suitable for homeschool children, history programs, birthday parties, or any time kids need to be active. We used to play these when we did history programs for children. The kids seemed to enjoy them while learning about draft animals. The Gee, Haw, and Whoa Game (“Are you […]