Magic Milk Materials Set Up Classic Science Experiment
Plastic cup greenhouses are perfect for planting with kids! An excellent Earth Day activity.
Cracked Out Pea Salad - Macaroni and green peas tossed in mayonnaise, cheddar, bacon and ranch. Seriously delicious!!! Great for potlucks or a side dish with a sandwiches. Great for all your spring and summer cookouts! Can make ahead and refrigerate until ready to serve. It has become our favorite pasta salad recipe!! #pastasalad #sidedish #bacon #ranch
MEGA SOFT Gingerbread Whoopie Pies with Cream Cheese Frosting Mega soft and chewy Gingerbread Whoopie Pies stuffed with luscious cream cheese frosting will be your new favorite way to devour gingerbread!
Set up this simple DIY seed jar for spring science this year! Watch as a seed grows into a plant and witness what happens underground as seeds sprout. Earth science and plant science for young kids. Easy seed jar to set up at home or in the classroom with preschool, kindergarten, and early elementary age kids. Easy kids science activity in a jar! #acneacademy,
Bacon Ranch Pasta Salad: a quick, easy & creamy pasta salad with cheddar cheese, bacon, peas & ranch seasoning all tossed together for a great potluck dish! This Bacon Ranch Pasta Salad is going to be your new favorite side dish to take to a party, a potl
This Kindergarten Readiness Checklist is a great way to evaluate them before beginning your new studies this year! :: www.thriftyhomeschoolers.com
DIY Paintbrush Ideas for Kids using Household Items- I would use this in my science center. First I would have children predict what each of these "paintbrushes" would do, then students would use each of them and see if their predictions were right.
The Ultimate Guide to Teaching Scissor Skills – HAPPY TODDLER PLAYTIME
This simple math game is a great fun way to help kids learn to count. You’ll need some LEGO DUPLO bricks, two characters, a small baseboard, and a large die. Each player chooses a character then rolls the die. Count out the corresponding number of bricks together and add them to your child’s tower. Whoever gets to ten first is the winner, or make it a larger number to challenge older children – can you get to 100?