Celebrate the new school year with a back to school poem!
Prepare for school the washi tape way with some washi tape school supplies!
Celebrate 100 fantastic days of school by creating a school-themed collage with 100 pieces in this unique arts and crafts activity.
Kids write about their favorite parts of school in 100 words to celebrate 100 days of school in this 5th grade writing activity.
Get back into school with this exciting architecture exploration! In this craft activity your child will research, draw, and build his own school.
Get fired up for the new school year with a "Back-to-School Calendar" you and your child can make at home.
The 100th day of school is an important benchmark for kids in the lower elementary grades. Help your kid create a 100 days of school shirt to celebrate!
Get into the back-to-school spirit with this clip magnet that'll make sure your first grader never loses his important school papers again!
It's that time of the year again! Celebrate the start of a new school year with a back to class bash, complete with arts and crafts, food and games.
Help your middle school or high school child make informed decisions about managing his finances and saving wisely for his future.
Make a First Day of School Mobile to help commemorate the big step from preschool to kindergarten and ease those first day jitters!
This high school activity uses dice to explore probability and prepare for SAT questions.
Your child grows a green thumb and flowers with this seed planting activity that also celebrates the 100th day of school!
Celebrate the 100th Day of School by making an amazing sculpture using recycled materials.
This school bus is easy to make, and all you need are some common household items.
Challenge your high school student to find the flaw in this short mathematical proof that one is equal to two.
As your child heads back to school this fall, dust off those elementary math skills with our creative calendar activity!
Here's an arts and crafts activity to help your child put together his own "Back to School" scrapbook.
Make the 100th day celebration extra special by creating your own 100th Day of School Top Hat.
Put your individual fingerprint on the 100th Day of School (literally!) with this activity.
Here's a social studies activity to help your middle-school or high-school teenager better understand how contour maps work using only the back of her hand.
In this open-ended activity, students will be given a small quantity of three types of materials and asked to design a prototype for “something that will improve the school.”
Celebrate the 100th Day of School by making a collage frame that can showcase your childâs favorite piece of art.
Try a 100th Day of School Scavenger Hunt with your preschooler, and send her on the search for objects of different colors!
For a fun activity that will have lasting effects, make this time capsule with your high school child, to be opened after college graduation.