- With the election just a few, short weeks away, it’s time to begin the voting process! Check out the Time for Kids article, which explains the many ways voting is taking place!
- ‘Spooky Season’ is upon us! Follow the link below to learn more about a Leadville Haunting dating back to 1907–Read, if you dare!
- What exactly is a cloud? According to NASA, a cloud is a mass of water drops or ice crystals suspended in the atmosphere. Clouds form when water condenses in the sky. The condensation lets us see the water vapor. There are many different types of clouds. Clouds are an important part of Earth’s weather and climate! Check out the instructions below and let’s make a ‘Cloud in a Jar!’
- Dinner time just got more exciting thanks to Steve Spangler’s human table trick! Grab your friends and family to try forming a human table and see how well you can create this system of balanced forces! Follow the instructions below to give it a try.
- Here’s a fun Halloween twist on a classic science experiment for kids! Make your own Jack O’Lantern Lava Lamp! While it’s not a true lava lamp, the bubbles given off by the reaction create a really cool lava lamp effect!
- Spooky Treats with Miss Ailin – Let’s make some Frankenstein Marshmallow pops! Easy to make, even easier to EAT!
- The October orange orb that replaced the turnip for carving faces and keeping away the evil spirits…the Pumpkin is the theme for these Halloween activities:
- Are your kids excited for pumpkin season yet? If you have kids who can’t quite carve their own pumpkin yet, or simply don’t want the mess, creating some playful pumpkin art might be the next best thing! – https://www.hellowonderful.co/post/12-playful-pumpkin-art-projects-for-kids/
- The following are the top 3 recommendations from this list 🙂
- Turn old magazine clippings into silly Jack O’ Lantern faces. It’s a great recycling project and only requires a few supplies! – http://www.readingconfetti.com/2013/09/jack-o-lantern-collages-preschool-craft.html
- Pumpkin Salt Paintings – Salt painting is an easy watercolor painting technique that kids will LOVE! Create your own unique designs and effects with this project, pumpkins aren’t your only option! – https://rhythmsofplay.com/halloween-pumpkin-salt-painting-for-kids/
- Symmetry, not cemetery, got it? Let’s “face it” no sharp carving tools are needed for these symmetrical pumpkin collages! – https://artprojectsforkids.org/positlive-negative-pumpkin/
- Too early for the Holidays? No Way, it’s never too early! Join Miss Ailin as she walks you through making a fun, colorful and tasty holiday wreath. Just in time tp ‘tis the season! https://www.instagram.com/tv/CGBikdmJ0ck/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
- What’s Your Name? Join Miss Ailin to spell out your full name to complete this FUN get up and get moving activity that anyone can do! Don’t forget to warm up with Panda –
- Getting up and moving is a great way to boost your energy! Try this hacky sack challenge.
- Take a moment to destress and relax. Here is an easy to follow yoga lesson.
- This is a two day lesson on snacks and why it is beneficial for youth as well as a few easy to follow healthy snacks. Enjoy!
- This fun tossing challenge adapted for PE at Home from OPEN phys ed by Mike Morris. Check out these cool, fun tossing activities you can do alone or with friends.
- This storybook is the combination of an experiment to document biological diversity from local communities. The storybook is a way to capture the local ways of understanding and knowledge of the rainforest.
- Feeling inspired by the beautiful fall colors? Take a moment to pause and reflect with the ‘Gratitude Pumpkin!’ Follow the instructions below to get your gratitude on!