With this activity, not only will you be experimenting with giving accurate information, you'll also teach your child how to write good scientific procedures.
Kids will learn about the five senses with this quick and easy art project to get them ready for school.
Filling out forms can be a great learning experience for kids. Here's how to give your child some FORMal training.
Trick your eye with this easy-to-make animation flip book! It's a fun way to learn about persistence of vision and is creative enough to entertain anyone.
This cause and effect activity brings the fun of card games into comprehension practice. This cause and effect activity is perfect for middle school students.
Here's a fun activity that will have your child deciphering directions for sandwich making, and learning about sequence along the way!
Creating a family newspaper is a great way to teach your child the characteristics of a newspaper article, give him or her some excellent writing practice.
Promote your third grader's appreciation for Jackie Robinson, a tremendous figure in African American history, by creating her own baseball card!
This writing activity will promote dialogue about racial segregation and its impact on African Americans throughout history with your second or third grader.
Help your second grader grasp her understanding of tall tales and practice writing with this activity by writing her own about your family!