Bring together math, science and creative thinking for a whole bunch of yummy activities! Learn simple ways you can use everyday items to create educational fun in the kitchen.
Toddlerhood is all about exploration! When children are young and still new to the world, everything is an adventure.Summer Learning
Music and learning go hand in hand. We incorporate music into the classroom every day with welcome chants, sound experiments, and songs that help us remember the alphabet and constitution. In fact, music is so important to learning that March is National Music in Our Schools Month!Music
Math is about more than adding and subtracting. It’s about learning to recognize patterns, identify shapes, and understand numbers and how they relate to each other. We use math every day!Math
Everyone loves getting a gift, but giving a gift can be just as fun!Art
Is the glass half empty or half full? We use this simple question to explain being optimistic.Lesson Planning
Who hasn’t fantasized about finding buried treasure? The joy of discovery, the mystery of a new and valuable item? What’s not to want?! And children are no exception. Treasure boxes offer children lots of new items to explore and discover, helping them build important sensory skills while letting them stretch their curiosity. The best part? Even the simplest items can be treasures to young children; plastic beads, bits of fabric, simple shakers—everything is invaluable to a little learner!
Children start developing eating habits right away. From the time they get teeth and begin to eat solid foods, children already have a pattern to their mealtimes and are beginning to determine what foods they like and dislike. This is why it’s so important to teach nutrition early! With the right teaching, children can learn how to choose healthy foods and determine what their body needs to feel good, making it easier to continue those healthy habits in adulthood.Cooking
People talk a lot about being brave, whether that means doing things that are exciting or dangerous, speaking out against things we dislike, or helping others (and ourselves) in difficult situations. Young children think about being brave as well.Lesson Planning
Toddlers and preschoolers love playing in the kitchen, and now you can encourage learning through their explorations. Teach 2 to 5-year-olds about kitchen safety and basic science and math principles through cooking projects that are loads of fun and easy to prepare (and clean up).
Find practical resources to educate and nurture infants, toddlers, preschoolers and elementary students!Browse All Resources