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Sometimes learning technical terms for science can be a drag. Not a lot of children can just sit down and hear words like amyloplasts or endoplasmic reticulum or ribosome and just tell you what it means. Did I even spell those correctly? Rest assured I did, and my latest science pack, All About Plant Cells is sure to be a fun, hands-on way for your child or students...

My family is full of nature lovers with a strong passion for learning about and caring for wildlife.  We keep our bird and squirrel feeders full and routinely go on hikes and neighborhood walks.  This pack, featuring woodland creatures and a forest theme was a perfect fit for our family and hopefully will encourage and inspire any little outdoor lovers...

Lots of kids like to learn about dinosaurs. There are so many different types from the favorite tyrannosaurus rex to stegosaurs and more, but do you know if a plesiosaur is a dinosaur or not? I did not even know what a plesiosaur was, but after getting a copy of the new Dino Dan: Swimming with Dinosaurs DVD from NCircle Entertainment I had a fun idea on how to see...

We live out in the country in a truly rural setting and ants are all around us. We keep them out of the house of course, but this interesting insects are always up to something. They build, march, gather, and move all about. To help my children learn more about ants I wanted to help them experience ants, but not by bring them into the house, per say. After getting...

Disney films are always caulk full of fun. Disneynature films are also a great tie into lessons with fun stories about the animals around us, whether they are in our back yard or clear across the globe. Disney is also wonderful when they create, develop and release for FREE educational lessons to go with their Disneynature films. The latest Disneynature film is Monkey...

Do you or a loved one like sharks, or at least want to learn about them? How about adding a fun hands-on lesson to your day that is full of fun facts too?  With sharks in mind, I set out to create a fun shark themed project for the Hands-On Activities for Kids Monthly Link-Up that would not only be fun to make, but also a blast to use over and over again. My...

I hope that you and your children are having fun learning alongside the Poppins Book Nook participants. Last month we explored and created storybook activities around poetry. This month’s new theme is the Weather and sure to have a lot of variety and fun for everyone. There are a lot of fun things to learn about when it comes to weather like temperatures, thunder,...

I’m so excited to be joining the printable team at Enchanted Home Schooling Mom.  I’ve been writing a series of articles for Jill for a little over a year called Preparing to Home School.  I have two toddlers at home and am always trying to find new ways to keep their busy and curious hands out of trouble and engaged in fun, interactive, and educational...

Animals are a big part of our lives. And not just our 6 fur babies either, it is also our long list of adopted wild animals friends around our property. Either way, it has been fun teaching my children all about animals in many different ways.  This fun FREE printable that can help teach your children about the animal friends around them. This fun printable from...

I hope that you and your children are having fun learning alongside the Poppins Book Nook participants. Last November (since we took December off) we explored and created storybook activities around Kids in the Kitchen. This month’s new theme is To The Laboratory and is sure to be an experiment in fun for everyone. There are a lot of fun things to learn about in...

With Groundhog Day nearing comes another fun learning opportunity. One of the cornerstones of Groundhog Day is whether or not our friend Phil sees his shadow. He comes out of hibernation every February 2nd to make his prediction. Hibernation is a science topic all into itself, but Groundhog Day also brings the topic of shadows as being fun to learn about as well.  With...

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