Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life and message of peace and tolerance with this thoughtful, creative activity.
Week 5 of this independent study packet for third graders offers a stack of at-home learning opportunities in the subject areas of reading, writing, and math.
Get engaging at-home learning opportunities for third graders with Week 6 of this independent study packet.
This independent study packet for third graders brings you Week 7 of at-home learning activities.
Use this simple butterfly cutout template for any of your arts and crafts needs.
Build reasoning and logic skills with a fun geometric shapes puzzle!
In this fun cut-and-paste project, children will craft a monster hat that is as cute, scary, or silly as they wish.
Teach children how to upcycle dried-out markers with this homemade paint-making activity!
Week 8 of this independent study packet for third graders is jam-packed with educational activities to create, problem solve, move, and have fun.
Create a flurry of gorgeous winter snowflakes with this assortment of patterns!
Learn all about balance and motion as your child designs a corn maze!
Help your child recall moments and memories from her first 100 days of school.
From nature hunts and rock painting to recycled art and poetry writing, these activities combine scientific exploration with arts and crafts projects.
Learn all about Misty Copeland, a famous African American ballerina with this hands-on, colorful art project!
Create a perfect snowflake every time with this awesome kid-friendly template.
This Valentine's Day, your child can make a "Map of My Heart," a map that doesn't chart arteries and atriums, but her most treasured people, places, and things.
Third graders can practice their fine motor skills by creating a mosaic using this worksheet, glue, and a pair of scissors.
Give your child a fun outlet for learning world history with a fun paper project. He'll get to build the Great Pyramid of Giza, from Ancient Egypt.
Create the perfect paper snowflake with the help of this instructionable!
Color and cut out your very own New Year's Eve party hat! Have your little ones decorate it with glitter and ribbons to make it even more festive.
Create beautiful snowflakes every time with this helpful set of paper templates.
In this fun science project your child will get practice following directions and getting messy as they learn all about slime!
Reinforce your child’s foundational math skills while creating small works of seasonal art with this creative Halloween rock painting activity!
This paper gingerbread house is a sweet holiday craft, without the sticky mess. Make a paper gingerbread house with your little architect this holiday season.
Interested in how to do origami? Cut out the paper square that is provided in this worksheet and follow a few simple directions to create an origami ladybug.