Most everyone knows of the legend of Johnny Appleseed. For those that don't, he was a folk hero and pioneer apple farmer during the 1800s. The legend is based on the real life work of John Chapman. All he wanted to do was to grow enough apple trees so that no one would ever go… Continue reading Johnny Appleseed Day Art Activity
Read Across America Day is celebrated on March 2, which also happens to be Dr. Seuss' birthday! It was first celebrated in 1998 and has been an annual occurrence ever since. This day is meant to help get children and young adults excited about reading! Reading is one of the most important activities to do… Continue reading Pull Out the Books, It’s Read Across America Day
Valentine's Day is a day for letting the people in your life know how much you love them! It is important to teach children the importance of expressing love to those important in their life. One way to do this and make it fun for kids is by sitting down to make homemade valentines! Working… Continue reading Fun Valentine’s Day Craft from Kids to Family
What if I told you a balloon could fill up with air, without you having to blow it up? Sounds crazy right? But it's true! With a little chemical reaction a balloon can fill with air without the manual labor of blowing it up! What you'll need VinegarBaking SodaFunnel (found this to best way to… Continue reading Super Cool Science: Self Filling Balloon
November is Native American Heritage Month. Here are a few ideas on how to celebrate - from activities for kids to buying from Native American-owned businesses - there are many ways to celebrate Native American Heritage Month!