SUMMER ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS: There are so many things kids can do that don’t cost a ton of money. I’m super cheap so I love good cheap summer activities. I love a bunch of happy, engaged children. Check out these summer activities for kids.
Dr. Seuss is colorful, exciting and funny. Reading is a wonderful thing to celebrate. So let’s celebrate Read Across America Day with some Dr. Seuss fun!
Kids love making Mother’s Day gifts for mom. Sometimes as educators, it’s hard to think of ideas that that mom would love to get. Here are some ideas.
Relationships are an important part of development and future success. This friendship soup activity is a great way to get kids thinking about others.
Valentine’s day is a great time to teach young kids about friendship and building relationships. Social skills are the number one predictor of later school success for kids.
How can we help build kid’s self-esteem for future success? Sometimes it’s hard to think of concrete ways to do it but all about me units are one of my very favorite ways. We spend a couple of weeks celebrating each unique thing about the kids and highlighting their uniqueness.
Remember when you were a kid and went to the circus? Remember all of the animals, the smells, the sights, lights and sounds? What great inspiration for the ultimate circus party.
Every year at holiday time, I wrack my brain to figure out a gift for the kids to make for their parents. These ideas for clear ornaments are perfect!
Kids LOVE dinosaurs, it never fails. Check out a great way to have some serious fun at a dinosaur party for kids without spending a fortune.
Making painted rocks is fun and adds creativity to your garden. What kind of paint works best? How do you get started? Check out this post to find out.