It can be hard to occupy little ones in the grocery store. Activities like toddler shopping lists, grocery store games, grocery store math activities, and grocery store bingo, among others, will help make your trip to the store enjoyable and educational.
Finger painting is a joy of childhood. This finger paint recipe uses chilled kool aid for a nontoxic formula for summer fun. Mix a batch up and set your preschoolers up for tactile fun.
Games are a great way to reinforce lessons learned. This list of 50 free, online games offers opportunities to practice vocabulary words and spelling, math and science, language, history and technology, and many more. There is even a game website where you can create a game or play games others have created.
Take school outside with this water balloon math activity. You can create this fun, very wet game with a sharpie pen, filled water balloons, and targets. Create your targets, write a math equation on the balloon and have your child solve the equation before tossing the balloon into the correct target.
This blog post will walk you through setting up a Khan Academy account, creating student accounts, setting goals for your student and monitoring your student’s progress. Khan Academy covers most high school subjects by video and interactive exercises. Please note that some lessons at Khan Academy may teach the theory of evolution as fact.
This website is a self-proclaimed starting point for general chemistry. With links to general resource sites, tutorial-oriented sites, tutorials by topic, questions and answers, odd stuff, the lighter side, neat stuff to know, and software, it has a wide-ranging collection. Please note that the theory of evolution may be taught as fact in some lessons.