... where classrooms are virtual. I know you have heard me say this many times, but just because we are a virtual school doesn’t mean we can’t read awesome books, do science experiments, and HAVE FUN! I’m doing a whole rainbow-themed week with my kiddos, and here are some of the fun things we … Continue reading Somewhere Over the Rainbow…
I had the wonderful opportunity recently to sample a box from Little Justice Leaders. They are an awesome company that has a box subscription service that contains resources to help children learn about social justice issues. Subscribers get a box each month that focuses on a different social justice issue. Every box has arts and … Continue reading Little Justice Leaders
We are starting our kindergarten science unit on sorting this week. Normally we use Chex Mix as a fun (and tasty) way to practice sorting. Chex Mix is great for sorting by shape, size, color, and texture. This year I want to spice it up a little bit and use a Fall-inspired recipe. By recipe … Continue reading Fall Snacking and Sorting
Kids say the darnedest things… or in this case, kids hear the darnedest things. My family has taken on fantasy football in recent years and this comes with a fantasy football draft (if you don’t do fantasy football, this basically means everyone selects the football players for their fantasy team). We like to make it … Continue reading Giraffe Party!