Looking for another activity for your young preschoolers? How about a shape scavenger hunt? Not only is it great for beginning math skills, but it encourages exploration and creativity. And it is a great opportunity for little ones to be in control, which they love!
This is a beautiful book that shares the negativity of the boarding school indigenous children were sent to in a way that is less scary for little ones. It also shared how the children coped with the negativity and lack of support. While what happened to the children at the schools was horrible, it’s stillContinue reading “When We Were Alone”
I love that this book has not only an indigenous language integrated into it, it even helps non-native speakers with the pronunciation. A great way to expose your kids to a different language than what they might learn in school.
Are you ready for Halloween this year? It may look a little different since we are still in the middle of a pandemic. But we can still have some fun. Can anyone say Trick or Treat?
This is a great quarantine-approved activity for preschool and school-age kids: An indoor scavenger hunt, complete with suggested items to search for!
Try a more old-fashioned way to connect with your loved ones who are far away. Send them a self-made greeting card!
Looking for a way to teach your little ones about how germs are spread? Try this glitter germ activity! It’s perfect to help explain hand washing during a pandemic.
Here are some great answers when you school-age child begins asking questions about infections and epidemics.
Here’s a fun creative activity that doesn’t require any supplies, just your imagination. Bonus points because it helps make quarantine less scary.