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Did you know that a healthy human eye can see as many as 10 million colors? It’s pretty amazing that this range of colors can come from the three primary colors, red, blue, and yellow. As children start to gravitate towards certain colors and claim favorites, you can start to teach them about basic color theory, how to create their favorite color, or help create new colors! From shaking books to squishing hair gel, these are some of our favorite ways to engage children in exploring color theory.

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April 19, 2018
Elizabeth Stankevicius

What Can Children with Special Needs Learn by Playing a Game?

Learning at Home, Learning Through Play, STEAM

How in the world do I teach different concepts, work on motor skills, and provide opportunities for social/emotional growth? By playing a game!

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April 12, 2018
Rachel Grapes

Games for Diverse Little Learners

STEM Education / Play, Learning at Home, Learning Through Play, STEM

Playing games is not only a lot of fun but can also provide numerous benefits for people of all abilities!

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March 29, 2018
Mark Skoskiewicz

Mental Math Games On the Go

Learning at Home, Learning Through Play, STEAM

In a recent blog article, Think Fun wrote about the benefits of teaching money management to kids at a young age.

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March 22, 2018
Kathy Beyerle

 Our 6 Favorite Word Games

Learning at Home, Learning Through Play, Brainteasers, STEAM

Word games are a great way to play and think with friends and family!

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January 25, 2018
Rachael Tom

5 Art Projects for Every Age

Kids And Creativity, Creativity, Learning at Home, Learning Through Play, STEAM

Are you the creative type, who is tired of finger painting? If you’re in need of an art project upgrade, we’ve found some easy, unique ideas and pinned them to our Getting Crafty Pinterest board.

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January 18, 2018
Rachael Tom

Our Favorite Puzzles for National Puzzle Day

Learning at Home, Learning Through Play, Brainteasers

Do you have a puzzle to participate in National Puzzle Day, January 29th? The holiday was founded in 2002 by an avid puzzler and is meant to encourage everyone to enjoy a jigsaw puzzle, word search, crossword puzzle, or even a Sudoku puzzle! We love that puzzles can be done solo or with company, there isn’t a time-limit, and they are for people of all ages and various abilities.

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