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.
Today is National STEM Day! Try incorporating science with sound in the classroom for a unique STEM learning experience.Science
Children are fascinated by sounds. Whether it’s when a horn honks outside, or when an ever-alluring sound-oriented toy is around! It is therefore no surprise that children are curious about the science of sounds. How does that car’s horn make noise? Why are some sounds low and other ones high? What makes music so pleasant? And most importantly, how does sound work since we can’t see it?Science
Computation is one of the earliest math skills we learn. Children as young as two notice when something is more or less (especially when that something is food or toy related.) Young children are also concerned with division, seeking to have things split up equally in order to ensure fairness. With computation as the basis for all mathematical functions, it makes sense to begin teaching it to preschoolers through this natural curiosity about numbers. The question is how best to do it.Math
Play food is a fantastic way for children to play and learn! By playing with toy food, children are able to emulate the adults in their life by “cooking” and “baking” while also developing motor skills, logic skills, sense of cause and effect—the list goes on!Cooking
Fun counting activities aren’t hard to do. They can be as simple as counting seasonal materials, like leaves in the fall, or pumpkin seeds at Halloween! Try this pumpkin seed activity from The GIANT Encyclopedia of Math Activities for Children 3 to 6 with your students today!Math
Halloween is almost here! Art projects for kids help them explore their creativity and imagination. Easy Halloween crafts are always a classroom crowd pleaser in October, and The GIANT Encyclopedia of Monthly Activities for Children 3 to 6 is full of fun Halloween paper crafts for kids and other Halloween activities that will make your students go boo!Seasonal Learning: Fall
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).
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