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October 22, 2020
Mark Coster

STEM for Kids: 5 Ways to Make Science and Math Fun During Home Learning

STEM Education / Play, Learning at Home, STEM

If you’ve got your kids home for the foreseeable future and want to enhance their STEM education, but are unsure of how to do it in a way that retains all of the fun and the educational value, look no further. Read on to know five different ways to engage your children in STEM while home learning!

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October 15, 2020
Andrea Doumar

Simple Craft Ideas Using Household Items (Part II)

Creativity, Learning Through Play

Thanks for returning for some more fun budget friendly crafts that can be created using materials right in your home! (You can find part I here.)

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October 08, 2020
Andrea Doumar

Simple Craft Ideas Using Household Items (Part I)

Kids And Creativity, Learning at Home, Learning Through Play

Teaching and doing therapy from my kitchen table has been a huge adjustment for both myself and the families I work with. With the lack of materials and resources, I have been finding different ways to incorporate items/materials from my house into sessions.

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October 01, 2020
Becky Hill

4 Ways To Incorporate Play During Reading

Learning Through Play

Do you have children who zone out or have trouble paying attention during reading sessions? When you ask direct comprehension questions, are the answers wrong? It can be frustrating.

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September 24, 2020
Scott Phillips

The Power of Words in STEM

STEM Education / Play

Did you know the average person speaks 7,000 words in a day?

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September 17, 2020
Becky Hill

Fall Family Fun: 3 Ideas for Game Night!

Learning Through Play

Summer is fading away, and leaves will begin to change colors as fall approaches. One of my favorite memories from childhood is crunching the acorns as they fell to the ground. The days will begin to feel crisp and cool as the blazing hot temperatures fade away. Homework is probably becoming a part of a steady routine as school resumes, whether your school is distance learning or learning on site.

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