Kids love these puppet board books. You can really ham up your story telling when the characters nod their heads and dance beneath your fingers. Wigglers and gigglers will both delight in these books.
Valentine jokes and Valentine riddles are fun to share. They can also be used in making your own Valentine's Day cards for friends and family.
Have fun with winter jokes and riddles. Vote for your favourite answers to these winter jokes.
Word board and card games are a great way to support literacy skills in children and adults alike. These games can stimulate a true wordaholic and many can be adapted to suit young readers as well.
Catching celebrities in the middle of a jump was something Philippe Halsman delighted in, creating a series of iconic photos of politicians, royalty, and movie stars from the 1950's to the 1970's.
Little Boy Blue is one of the old Mother Goose nursery rhymes for developing a child's phonological awareness.
Families have played music together over the centuries. Start your children out right with the joy of music and the family bonding singing and playing music together can bring.
What better time than the holidays for a few jokes and riddles? If you have kids at your house, you need to read this hub!
Snow globes are beautiful to look at and a great decorating touch. What child doesn't love to turn them upside down and watch the glittery snow flutter down? When I was a child, I loved to hold the glass ball in my hands. It felt like a little bit...
A pumpkin roll cake makes a festive dessert option for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any time you want something special. It's easier to make than you think!
Brushing your teeth becomes a healthy habit when learned from the start. Encourage your child to brush their teeth with fun toothbrushes and songs.
Fontainebleau, France, is a wonderful place to visit. Southeast of Paris, Fontainebleau is an hour train ride from Gare de Nord. The hunting chateau of the French kings is now open to the public.
Kids have jumped rope for generations, and the songs they sing are passed on from child to child. On this journey down memory lane you'll discover old jump rope songs, Double Dutch & more fitness fun.
Inspirational Cards from Zazzle.
Cats make interesting characters in a story. They are complex creatures that seem to know more than they let on. Cats are also subject to mood swings. Here are some stories they slink through.
A cabbage can be the beginning of many delicious meals. Here are a few vegan and vegetarian recipes that you will love.
If you are visiting bear country, be sure to learn how to keep yourself safe. Being bear aware is really quite simple. A few rules about bear safety and behaving responsibly will make a big difference.
We all know we're supposed to eat our vegetables, but who says we can't eat them as cake?
For Orthodox Christians, prayer is how we live each day and who we become on the journey. Orthodox Christians learn from the wisdom and traditions of generations.
Ants are easy to study, as they can be found everywhere! Their social behaviour fascinates us. Ants can be the focus of science, math, and literature activities in the classroom.
Mice often appear in children's stories and books. In fact some people just roll their eyes when yet another mouse story surfaces. Why, then, are mice so popular in children's stories?
Bears waddle their way into countless children's stories and nursery rhymes. They are plump, simple, and well, just as loveable as can be. Kids' books are filled with these delightful bear characters.
Teddy bears enjoy a picnic along with the best of us. Do you know the "Teddy Bear Picnic" song? Come sing and nibble and chat about all things teddy bear. Don't forget to bring your fuzzy friend.
Today's dads are, on the whole, much more involved than fathers have been in the past. Still, all fathers need encouragement to be present to their developing children.
Numbers, shapes, and other mathematical concepts pop up in many of our daily activities. Share these opportunities with your children as a foundation for later learning.
Children build their knowledge through experiencing ordinary household objects and exploring nature at playtime. Here are some fun, educational things to do with kids that will expand their world.
Learning to read begins with learning sounds. Having conversations with a loved one and reading books together set the stage for a child to learn to read
Find projects for recycling your milk cartons. Great projects for kids and their grown-ups.