Educational Lesson Plan Ideas for Diversity

Diversity is an important topic in education. Teachers and afterschool professionals can help instill an appreciation for other cultures in students. With our EduCraft® Kids of All Nations Craft Kit, kids can create and design their own paper craft based on … Read More


Across the USA Theme – State of New York

Celebrate New York as the Across the USA theme throughout December. Create fun activities for your residents that take advantage of the holiday attractions in New York City, like Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, the Fifth Avenue window displays, … Read More



How to Shake Up Your Bingo Games in 3 Steps

How can you keep Bingo games fun and interesting at your senior facility? Try these three ideas to keep you and your residents interested in a game that can become monotonous. Step 1: Change Your Bingo Patterns For each one … Read More


Featured PE Teacher – Angie Ellis

This week for the Featured PE Teacher section on the PE Central Facebook page, the spotlight is on Angie Ellis: About Angie: I teach Kindergarten and 1st grade at Washington K-1 in Tiffin City School District, Tiffin, Ohio. I am also the … Read More


PE Station Ideas for Grades K-12

Stations are great for physical education! There are many different types of stations that help students get active. We have selected some of our favorite PE station ideas from PE Central for grades K-12 that increase students’ strength, endurance, balance, and … Read More



Edible Garden Project – Making a Difference Afterschool

By Ledisney Rodriguez, National Afterschool Association Next Generation Award 2017 Nominee The S&S Worldwide team is proud to be the sponsor of the National Afterschool Association Next Generation Award for Afterschool for 2017. We are honored to highlight the nominees … Read More


DIY Doily Santa Craft for Kids

Kids can make a doily santa decoration using a few simple craft materials! Use this as a fun group craft project or a one-on-one activity. To make this craft even easier, we have created a Free Printable Download with each … Read More


Torn Paper Art and Writing Lesson for Elementary School

Objective: To inspire children’s writing through the use of textured torn paper and collage Age: 6+ Time: 30-45 minutes (writing varies) Grades: 1st + Materials: Construction paper Glue Lined paper Pencils Lesson for Torn Paper Art 1. Allow your students … Read More


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