Hearts in the Dark - A Valentine's Day STEM Activity Photography Challenge

I have been teaching my kids more about taking and editing their own photographs.  They are having fun with this challenge and their photography is improving alongside mine. This activity - hearts in the dark, was a TON of fun to do and a good activity to learn about shutter speed.  This activity can be done with all ages if a grown-up or older child sets the camera up.

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Teaching Kids About Envelope Format

Yes - e-mail skills are important.But writing traditional snail mail is exciting PLUS, excellent writing skills give children a lifelong advantage. The only way they will know envelope format, is if we teach them. This activity is great for parents to do with their kids or teachers to set up as a literacy station.

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Teaching Kids About Envelope Format

20 Must-Have GameTime Appetizers for the Big Game on Sunday!

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The BIG game day is almost here.  Do you have your party menu planned?  This 50th year of this popular championship football game so I've decided it's time to up my game plan for a few new additions for our game day party table.  Which team are your cheering for?

I've shared some ideas for the games and crafts planned for the kids and now it's time for the DELICIOUS FOOD! Tyson Foods ® has quite a few options that are going to be a game changer for our Game Day Table. Take a look at these recipes shared for your next party.  We shared one already for Football Shaped Lit'l Smokies.  Now I have quite a few more to share from some extremly talented bloggers!  These recipes include some easy to cook ingredients like chicken, sausage and even salame.  Pick a few and then go grab the ingredients at your local Walmart for game day! Easy WIN in my recipe playbook!

Appetizer Ideas for Game Day

The Cat in the Hat Alphabet Fishbowl Sensory Game

Each March 2nd we celebrate the birthday of the famous author Dr. Seuss !  This month for Virtual Book Club for Kids we're featuring The Cat in the Hat.  I'm sharing with you a playful Alphabet Sensory Game to go along with the popular children's book.

Alphabet Fishbowl Sensory Game inspired by The Cat in the Hat

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Cat in the Hat Alphabet Fishbowl Sensory Game 

February Themed After School Activities for Kids

February is here! Here are activities for the month for After School! There are so many fun holidays and events that fall is the month of February.  I've gathered up some of my favorites to share with you as you welcome the new month.  The activities focus on Valentine's Day, President's Day, Groundhogs Day and even Black History Month.  Be sure to grab your Printable After School Planner!

February Themed Activities for Elementary School Ages for After School

February Activities for Elementary School Ages After School 

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