Hands-On Learning Ideas for the Coral Reef

If there is one subject that we return to in our homeschool again and again, it is that of the coral reef. My kids love Nemo, Dory, and

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Are You My Mother? Mother-Baby Matching Activities

Part of the hilarity of P.D. Eastman’s Are You My Mother? lives in the fact that the baby bird wonders if his mother is an airplane or a

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Easy Skeleton Hiccups Activity with a Q-Tip Skeleton Craft

My little preschooler loved hands-on activities, and it if included glue, it was even better. After reading the very silly Skeleton Hiccups by Margery Cuyler, we learned a

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Our Favorite Hermit Crab Preschool Imagination Game

Every week, on laundry day, my daughter loves to climb under a laundry basket and pretend she is Hermit Crab from the Eric Carle picture book, A House

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Refreshing Coral Reef Games for the Pool

When my son was 4 years old, he loved watching Finding Nemo, which led for a deep love for the coal reef and all the creatures the main

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4 Surprising Lessons from Our Gross Sewage Treatment Plant Tour

Last week, my son was playing with a fortune teller that he found in an activity book. It predicted what amazing vacation he had in his future. It

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Tracking “Woozles”: Animal Footprints

“Hallo!” said Piglet, “what are you doing?” “Hunting,” said Pooh. “Hunting what?” “Tracking something,” said Winnie-the-Pooh very mysteriously. “Tracking what?” said Piglet, coming closer “That’s just what I

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Sorting Living Things into the Five Kingdoms

I mentioned a few weeks ago that our co-op science teacher has family heath issues; she dropped out of teaching for the remainder of this year and we

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