Week 7 of remote learning for first graders brings you this independent activity packet, jam packed with at-home goodies that encourage creativity and exploration.
Find out fun facts about Monarch butterflies and create your own colorful butterfly in this worksheet. Then turn it into a pretty placemat!
Got a zoo trip planned? Give your kids a fun way to explore the best of the zoo with a mini zoo passport!
The fish most kids see is usually filleted, and it's hard to see how it came from a lake or sea. This cool gyotaku activity blends life science with art!
Give your local birds a treat — and your young birdwatcher some fun — with this simple DIY bird feeder.
Study science with your first grader in this arts and crafts activity that models the reason why fall leaves change color with some paint and crayons.
Combine science with reading and art to help your first grader create an attractive holiday gift for a beloved friend or relative.
This fun activity makes use of pasta shells, paint, and glue make a crab while your child learns about this unique creature.
Children are imaginative story-builders. Create a shoebox habitat with your child to put those budding creative instincts to good use.
Teach your child about recycling and gardening as she re-uses an empty plastic milk gallon jug to craft a swan-shaped plant container!
Help your first grader design and create his very own bird feeder out of an empty milk carton.
Forget store-bought dyes this Easter: color your Easter eggs with natural dyes made with ingredients from your own kitchen in this 1st grade activity.
Using a glass fishbowl, you and your kids can create a low-humidity, open-topped terrarium perfect for easy care, drought-tolerant succulents.
This snowman's not abominable, he's adorable! Your child can bring her very own snowman to life while practicing how to create texture.