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101 Genius Sidewalk Chalk Ideas To Crush Summertime Boredom

These incredible sidewalk chalk ideas for kids will easily bust through summertime boredom with fun games, learning activities, & cool chalk art creations!

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Easily and simple create a fun fall learning tool for your kids with this cute apple math tree learning activity! Perfect for addition lessons!

Build a Sight Word (plus recording sheet)

Today's blog post will be a quickie. I was just so excited about my latest Target find, I had to share it with my teaching friends! So let's get started with our build a sight word fun! I knew it was going to be a good trip because this was the first thing I saw when...

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This printable summer preschool theme calendar is packed with awesome summer activities for little ones!
This Pi Day activity combines math and art for loads of fun learning. My son completed this activity when he was six years old but the activity can certainly apply to a wide age range.
This is part of our series of science experiments with sound. We’ll have some fun learning how sounds waves vibrate, how we can affect the vibrations, and how this affects what we hear. We can use drinking glasses to make a scale and play music (or just make some noise!) Fill each glass with an increasing amount of liquid and listen to the different pitches produced.