Science is everywhere! You don’t need a lab coat, Bunsen burner, or microscope to study science. All you need are keen powers of observation and curiosity! And that’s where kids excel. Have fun with these five hands-on projects that encourage kids to dive deep into the science around them.
Studies have shown that kids can learn empathy and compassion through discussion and activities. Plus, talking openly about race is a way to dissolve boundaries and help kids understand current events. In today’s world, these are very important lessons! In this free ebook, you’ll find five activities along with essential questions and fascinating facts that help guide discussions on race relations.
We’re living in a pretty remarkable time, and students can gain a much deeper understanding of our world by studying the people, places, events, and attitudes that came before us. Check out the activities in this book for deep learning to start off the year!
Did you know that kids typically lose two to three months of math and reading skills during the summer months, with low-income children experiencing the greatest loss? You can help prevent summer brain drain by offering kids fun activities they’ll love to do!
We know that distance learning is hard, and we want to help. With this ebook, kids keep up with science class AND have fun! These projects use easy-to-find supplies that you likely already have in your house.