Teach your children about Earth by letting them do hands on activities and crafts. There are so many things to learn about Earth. These hands on activities are not only educational, but can also be very fun for you and your children. Learn about nature, the sun and more with these Fun Earth Science Experiments.
Summer is here and it’s a great time for families with children to spend time outdoors and together. The Episcopal Center for Children (ECC), a nonprofit organization providing mental health and special education services to children ages 5-14 in the greater Washington, DC area, offers tips to help families.
Fourth grade builds on knowledge and skills gained in third grade while exposing children to increasingly more complex topics. Here’s a simple guide for what to cover and develop in fourth grade.
Instead of picking up a card at the store, consider having your kids make Father’s Day cards this year. What a great way to bless your dad with a card that you made just for him. You can include his favorite colors or a quote or his saying that he particularly enjoys.
Here are two adorable cards your kids can make!
What if I told you someone had already put together a carefully vetted package to get you up to speed on finding real work-at-home opportunities (AND making your work + life balance better once you’re working from home)?
If you have a lot of items that are still usable, but you don’t want or need them, donating them is a great way to move them out without feeling guilty.
Designed for K-12 students and their parents, the first-of-its-kind app features more than 800 educational hip-hop videos on subjects ranging from history and math to social studies, language arts and life skills.
“Most food is kid-friendly. Kids just need to learn how to eat it,” says Dr. Nimali Fernando, a Fredericksburg, Virginia-based pediatrician who founded The Doctor Yum Project. “Kids who are taught healthy eating habits, which include eating a variety of healthy foods, will be far better off now and in the long run. They will be learning healthy habits that will last a lifetime.”
Third grade builds on knowledge and skills gained in third grade while exposing children to increasingly more complex topics. Here’s a simple guide for what to cover and develop when homeschooling third grade.