All people have ways to honor their dead, but there is nothing like Dia de los Muertos. It is celebrated on November 1st to 2nd. This celebration originates in Mexico, but now is observed by more and more people all over the world! Let's dive into this super special cultural celebration! Terms to Know Aztec… Continue reading Dia de los Muertos: Let’s Celebrate!
Everyone loves rainbows! Rainbows symbolize peace, serenity, good luck, and even promises. Not to mention they are beautiful to look at. Bring rainbows inside by growing your own using a paper towel, markers and water! What you'll need Paper towel sheetMarkers2 galsses or jarsWater How to grow your rainbows You will take the paper towel… Continue reading Super Cool Science: How to Grow Your Own Rainbows
Did you know that raw eggs can bounce? I know that sounds crazy, but I'm going to show you an awesome experiment that you can do at home causing a reaction that does just that! What you'll need: CupsEggsWhite vinegar That's it! Get ready to explore the awesome science of chemistry! How does it work?… Continue reading Super Cool Science: Bouncing Eggs
People are exposed to many different forms of writing during their lifetime. So why should reading with your kids be limited to storybooks? From magazines and newspapers to traffic signs and closed captions, reading is literally everywhere! Benefits to reading different forms of writing to your kids All forms of writing are valuable and offer… Continue reading Reading is Not Just for Storybooks!
Infants are naturally curious and are ready to explore anything and everything! Why not introduce them to the beauty of art! This is a perfect activity for tummy time or helping your little one work on their balance while standing up! Grab some primary colors and let's go! Primary Colors Bag All you need for… Continue reading Primary Colors Bag: an Infant Art Activity