Vacations and family outings are wonderful ways to introduce children to new places and interests. Take advantage of that time away from home — try a unique activity that allows kids to connect with a different part of their world. Read More
Did you know that March is National Women’s History Month? Schools and communities all over the country celebrate and commemorate the amazing things that women have accomplished in our country, and not just for women, but for other disenfranchised people who live in the U.S. Read More
In an increasingly urbanized world, squirrels offer a little wild entertainment. Enjoy observing these amazing backyard creatures with some fun activities for the whole family! Read More
Your classroom may not have the distinction, resources, or approved curriculum to be a full-fledged Montessori, but I highly suggest that you at least look into its founding principles. If you can take at least one thing from your investigation, then your time will have been well spent – and your students will thank you. Read More
Have you ever considered taking something apart with your kids? How about a toaster? A radio? A typewriter? The local thrift stores or yard sales can also be a great place to take the kids and ask them “See something you’d like to take apart?” As a child, I would have become absolutely giddy at the prospect. Read More
Help kids to better understand the fascinating process of how plants make “food” with this easy-to-understand infographic on Photosynthesis. Read More
Ever wonder how the President of the United States gets elected? Check out this FREE printable infographic for a kid-friendly, step-by-step breakdown of how the Electoral College works. Read More
This infographic highlights the 3 main branches of the U.S. Government in a simple, easy-to-read format.
Will Wonders Never Cease! From ancient antiquity to the modern era, people who love architecture, travel, and the “art of the awesome” have been celebrating (and re-celebrating) the Seven Wonders of the World. 7 Ancient Wonders Being a traveler was. Read More
Check out this informative infographic for a detailed visual breakdown of the first 10 amendments to the United States Constitution. Read More
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