We already love our local libraries but even more so during Summer Reading Club time. A couple of years ago the kids were picking out their weekly prize and one of them chose a grow a duck! Add in a small digital scale and viola you have a great Science experiment for preschool and elementary age students.
First you will need to find a clear container that will house the grow a duck. Next you will need to place it in the container covered with water. Then you will need to weigh your duck each day for a week.
Do you have Star Wars lovers in your house? We love all sorts of tech and geek stuff and are super excited to share these Star Wars learning activities with you this week.
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I am sharing a super simple Memorial Day Word Search in hopes that you and your children will enjoy this free printable.
You can download this freebie today!
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More Free Memorial Day Unit Study ideas:
Memorial Day Preschool Cutting Practice from 3 Boys and a Dog
How to Make a DIY Patriotic T-Shirt from Crafty Mama in ME
Ripped Paper Star Wreath Craft For Kids from Play Dough & Popsicles
10 Cool Family Tents for Camping from FrogMom
Memorial Day Books for Children from The Jenny Evolution
Memorial Day – A Day to Remember from Tales of Education at Home
Red, White and Blue Craft for Kids from CraftCreateCalm
F is for Flag Handwriting Letter Mazes from Simple Fun for Kids
Memorial Day Penmanship Worksheet from Schooling a Monkey
Spring time just screams flowers and blooming plants to me. Why not share some flowers with your children in the form of flower and garden themed snacks. I think making super fun and cute food is a great way to get your picky eater to try some new foods.
Sometimes the only way to get my kids outdoors during the day when all the school kids are in public school is with a little tech! I love nature the most in our house but love to share new gadgets with my children to encourage them to go outdoors.
We recently had a chance to review a camera lens kit for cell phones from Amazon. We have had our eye on a product like this for a few years but wanted to wait till we upgraded our phones which we did. Adding a camera lens to your cell phone allows for extra fun and function!