Craft Projects to Color With Multi-Surface Markers

Our new Color Splash® Multi-Surface Markers are colorfast, quick drying, and fade resistant, almost like a paint marker that writes on so many surfaces. They are water removable on non-porous surfaces like metal, glass, glazed ceramics, plastic, and vinyl. The multi-surface markers … Read More



STEM Night Activities for Physical Education

If you are looking for activities to include in your school’s STEM Night, or if you are just looking to add some STEM activities into your PE program, view the ideas below from PE teacher Jennie Graves. There are 4 activities … Read More



International Women’s Day Activities for Senior Residents

International Women’s Day is March 8th! Help your senior residents celebrate this annual observance with a variety of fun activities that celebrate, remember, and assist women. Celebrating Women Celebrate the women in your nursing facility by first decorating your facility … Read More


How To DIY Paint Pouring with Tempera Paint

Learn a new budget friendly way to do DIY Paint Pouring! This is one of the most popular and trending craft projects, and it’s great for kids. It is so much fun to watch and even more fun to try. Many crafters … Read More


Sport Stacking for Physical Activity & Education

Sport stacking has always been one of favorite units to teach in physical education. Sport stacking is an excellent activity for all ages because it encompasses concentration, agility, hand-eye coordination, fitness and can be individual or team sport. I am … Read More


10 Hula Hoop Activities for Physical Education

Hula Hoops are popular in many games and activities, whether it is a warm-up activity for PE, part of a lesson plan for students, or a themed activity to keep kids active. Hoops are a great choice for teachers because … Read More


Coding Activities for Students – Hour of Code

Four years ago I became the Library Media Specialist at Jack Jackter Intermediate School in Colchester, Connecticut and am lucky enough to be paired with Kim Hebb, a technology resource teacher. Together we focus on teaching grades 3, 4, and … Read More