July 2023
July 3, 2024
Source: And Next Comes L My kids love playing with soap foam lately, especially my three year old. And honestly, it’s one of my favorite sensory bin fillers too. Not only is soap foam cool to play with, but it’s easy to…...
July 3, 2024
Source: Kindergarten Connection We wanted to add in some learning fun! This easy Watermelon Fine Motor and Counting Activity will help your kiddos build up finger muscles and strengthen important math skills while having tons of summer-themed fun! Read more on Kindergarten…...
July 3, 2024
Source: Crystaland Comp Today we are sharing W is for Watermelon. I love how bright and Summer-y it looks! I’m so relieved that it turned out exactly like I pictured in my head…hehe. Read more on Crystaland Comp!...
July 3, 2024
Source: Buggy and Buddy Here’s how to make your own squishies, the latest craze in the toy world. This tutorial will teach you how to make your very own watermelon squishy toy (and you can use the same method for any shape)…...
July 3, 2024
Source: The Simple Parent We’ve got sunshine, sprinklers, ice pops, and watermelon on our minds! Those are just some of the things we love about summer around here! To celebrate we made this cute watermelon craft from a paper plate! Check out…...
July 3, 2024
Source: The Kiboomers Sing along and learn with The Kiboomers preschool songs & nursery rhymes! Sing all about watermelons with our super fun watermelon fruit lyric video. The perfect addition to any food theme unit in the classroom. Enjoy Listen on The…...
July 3, 2024
Author: Greg Pizzoli With perfect comic pacing, Greg Pizzoli introduces us to one funny crocodile who has one big fear: swallowing a watermelon seed. What will he do when his greatest fear is realized? Will vines sprout out his ears? Will his…...
July 3, 2024
Source: ScienceDaily Reading comprehension is crucial for success in school and society but can be difficult for children initially. Decodable texts are widely believed to help by focusing on taught letter-sound relationships, aiding word decoding. Recently, a meta-analysis was conducted to examine…...
July 3, 2024
Source: ScienceDaily New research has found that teachers may be attributing signs of age-related immaturity in children, to conditions such as Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The results of the study showed that the youngest students in a class,…...
July 3, 2024
Source: Medical Xpress Researchers from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) found that young children between the ages of 5 and 12 were more likely to experience a concussion from recreation and other non-sport activities, yet those injuries were not seen by specialists…...