April Printable Fitness Challenge Calendar

Our April 2020 Fitness Challenge Calendar is here! We teamed up with the Alliance For A Healthier Generation to create this fitness calendar for the month of April 2020. Here is the link to the download, which is a total of … Read More



How To Make A Galaxy Themed Sensory Bin

Objective: Creating simple sensory activities based on a theme Materials: Color Splash Acrylic Paint (black, blue, purple) Rice Sensory Bin Star-shaped Foam Stickers Glow-in-the-Dark Paint Paint Brush Star beads (in the Halloween Bead set) Glitter Alpha Beads Glow-in-the-Dark Ring Beads … Read More


Sand & Salt Texture Writing for the Classroom

Objective: To visually enhance any subject through texture and rich vocabulary Ages: 5+ Time: 30-45 minutes Grades: 1st + Materials: Sand or salt White multi-media paper Construction paper Watercolor paints or watered down tempera paint Brushes Crayons Pencils (or fine … Read More



D is for Dinosaur – Literacy Craft Activity for Kids

This activity combines arts and crafts with literacy and letter recognition. Kids can have fun learning while making a dinosaur using construction paper. Objective: Creating simple activities exploring Dinosaurs while learning about the letter “D” in the alphabet. Skill Development: Literacy and … Read More



Must-Have Classroom Supplies For Teachers

Yes, students need essential supplies at the start of the school year…but so do teachers! If you’re a brand-new educator, or even an experienced teacher, the process of selecting supplies for your classroom can be overwhelming. To make it easier, … Read More


How to Inspire Note-Taking & Poetry in the Classroom

Objective: To inspire note-taking and poetry to come to life in a fun and ‘puzzling’ way Ages: 6+ Time: Approximately 25-45 minutes Grades: 1st + Materials: Construction paper Glue Scissors Colored pencils (or pencils) Markers (or crayons) Paint Brushes Magazine visual or coloring … Read More


4 Helpful Ideas for Using Floor Tape in the Classroom

There’s some cool things happening with floor tape in the classroom and we thought we might share them with you. Teachers are using tape to organize, create quick additions to lessons and use the space they have to their advantage. We’ve … Read More