We can help our children learn by adding play, imagination and fun to our activities. Today we’re designing super stylish watches to learn how to tell the time.
Do you have a young child who is learning their ABCs and 123s, and do you want to make their learning fun? Our ABCs and 123s resource of mulitsensory, play-based letter and math activities is just what you need.
ABCs and 123s :: 40+ hands-on play activities to build letter, number, and shape skills
We’re learning all about the weather and setting up a weather station in our yard. Here’s how to make a rain gauge for some great backyard science experiments.
How to make a rain gauge :: backyard science
These flower number games are inspired by spring. You can adapt them for different aged children, and use them for both math games and letter activities. Here’s how to play.
Flower number games
The Seasons School Spring Workshop includes a wide range of gorgeous printables that you can use with your children to explore spring across many different subjects. Here’s a look at what you’ll receive when you join the workshop.
Spring printables for nature journals, math, literacy and more
Wondering how to celebrate Pi Day and introduce Pi to kids? Make an apple Pi pie and try these other fun Pi activities!