Homemade Wigglebot - A First 'Robot'
Full, step-by-step, picture tutorial for making an easy, fun, drawing robot. A great first robotics projects for kids of all ages.
Simple Science Experiment for Kids: Why are there craters on the moon? - I Can Teach My Child!
This simple science experiment answers the question, "Why are there craters on the moon?" This also makes a great science fair project for children.
12 YouTube Space Videos for Kids
We've spent this week studying outer space and we've had a blast. (Pun intended! Ha! ) I'll be posting in the upcoming days about several things we did during this unit but I have to post first about the thing that was the biggest hit with my kiddos: StoryBots' space videos. I honestly can't believe
The Layers of the Earth Print
Our earth has many layers to keep our planet at just the right temperature. I like to imagine all the layers giving each other hugs to keep the vacuum of space out. Now with this art print you can see the layers of our earth and atmosphere and better understand how special the earth is! ART WORK STATS: • paper size 8.5in X 17in or 12in X 24in • printed on Aurora Fine Art Natural (100% cotton rag, acid-free, matte) • printed with Epson archival pigment inks SHIPPING INFO: • print will be…
Free, Printable Montessori-Inspired Solar System Cards
These Astronomy cards can be used to play a matching game either for independent study or in groups. Features all the major and minor planets including Pluto.
7 Amazing Space Crafts - Petit & Small
Welcome back to my DIY round up! Today I dedicate the post to outer space crafts for kids. Stars, planets, rockets and more! Space is such a great theme for playing and learning (or for a themed party). Choose the craft according to taste and age of the child and have fun with it! DIY […]
Over the Moon!
We're all about outer space in room 52. The planets, comets, meteors, the Moon, and everything else in between have absolutely positively taken over. If I could, I would have packed up the kiddos and taken a first class field trip to outer space ... but my budget couldn't cover that trip this month. Maybe next year? Here are a few things we've done to make up for not being able to visit the planets. (A girl can dream, right?) I spotted this photo on Pinterest and tracked down the source to…
Homemade Earth Crayons for Earth Day - Popsicle Blog
Today, we made earth crayons out of all our broken blue and blue crayons in honor Earth Week. So simple to create, but they turned out amazing. it's just another way we can reuse things, instead of throwing them away. What you need Green crayons Blue crayons White crayons Muffin tin Oven Directions Take the...Read More
The Wonder Years
Nesting dolls are a wonderful addition to a child's toy collection. My oldest daughter has used this nesting doll for a long time now and she still has interest in it. She delights in opening the last doll to find the "baby" inside. Recently, I added the two largest dolls to my youngest daughter's (19 months) activity shelf. She is able to open and put the dolls back together and is working on the "nesting" part of it.
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