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Looking for an amazing gift for your kids? Whether it’s Christmas, birthdays, or just because you can’t go wrong with one of these ride on cars. Ride On Cars For Kids My kids asked for a ride on car! I knew it was coming. They got hooked on zipping around in...
These activities for one year olds are perfect for babies and toddlers. Whether at home or in a daycare classroom, these activities are amazing for learning about the world around these babies. From sensory activities to discovery toys and more, we have so many great activities that one year...
When it comes to gifts for 2 year olds, don’t overlook making something. Homemade gifts for toddlers are some of the best things and surprisingly easy to create. Making a gift for a 2 year old means you can customize toys to inspire imaginative play and fine motor skill...
“I’m so upset with history,” said Mariah Vigil-Gonzales, a 17-year-old junior at Kiowa High School. “I wish we had a time machine.” Other students quickly chimed in, imagining how they could change the events of that long-ago November day. A girl said, “Expose Chivington,” referring to the colonel who led...
One of the easiest ways to make gorgeous homemade ornaments is to use clear plastic ornaments or clear glass ornaments that are fillable ornaments. This list contains our favorite ways to fill clear ornaments to make homemade Christmas ornaments at home or in the classroom with kids of all...
Homemade Candy Cane Play Dough is one of our favorite Christmas activities to make during the winter months for kids of all ages, but it is especially fun with preschool kids. The homemade Christmas play dough has a sweet peppermint scent and kids loves twisting the red and white...
This simple snowflake craft for kids is the perfect snow craft for preschoolers. With just a few simple craft supplies including aluminum foil, kids will love making their own custom snowflake craft that sparkles year round. No matter the weather where you live, you can make gorgeous...
Comment on this storyCommentThis fall, President Biden hosted the first White House summit in decades focused on ending hunger in America, with his administration announcing $8 billion in public- and private-sector commitments toward that goal.The last such summit was in 1969 and convened by President Richard M. Nixon. It...
Excerpted from "Dear Math: Why Kids Hate Math And What Teachers Can Do About It" by Sarah Strong and Gigi Butterfield. Published by Times 10 Publications. The importance of mathematical identity work As learning theorist Yrjo Engestrom (1995) stated, “Identity work is never ‘done,’ it is always ongoing. Although a person’s...
Making a marshmallow snowman may be the best winter activity for kids of all ages…ever! Our marshmallow snowman winter craft is fun, easy and edible and works for a craft at home or in the classroom with one or more kids. Make a Marshmallow Snowman Marshmallow snowmen are a great...

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