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Homeschool Play: Water Cycle

Welcome to the first of many Homeschool Play posts, a new resource for you to use to entertain and teach kids during this time of social distancing! ### The Water Cycle Today's post celebrates the water cycle! April showers bring May flowers, right? But what’s the science behind all those April showers? Introduce your kids to the water cycle with a few fun activities! ...

  • Last Updated 1 month ago
  • Catherine Stricklan (CL STAFF)

Homeschool Play: Cafe

Merge pretend play and math practice in this fun family activity! Turn a play kitchen (or imaginary food!) into a cafe complete with a menu, servers, and play money for a morning of family fun that doubles as math time. To start, I prepped some play money--green construction paper turned into $1, $5, and $10 bills, but I used real coins to add an air of seriousness to our play.

  • Last Updated 1 month ago
  • Catherine Stricklan (CL STAFF)

Expand Your Learning: Lerner Distance Learning Library

Check out Lerner Digital’s Distance Learning Library! To help librarians, teachers and educators better aid students with remote learning, Lerner Publishing Group has made a selection of their digital products available for free through the end of June. All of the available titles are read-alouds, though you can choose not to utilize this featur ...

  • Last Updated 1 month ago
  • Kaitlin (CL STAFF) Frick

Homeschool Play: Insects and Arachnids

Hello again from the front lines of homeschooling! If you’re looking to engage a multi-age group of young kids, we have a fabulous series of activities today that will interest and excite your small crew. ### Insects and Arachnids Do you ever find yourself, a grown adult, feeling confused about the difference between insects and spiders? Well, prepare to learn along with your childr ...

  • Last Updated 1 month ago
  • Catherine Stricklan (CL STAFF)

Homeschool Play: Cabbage Chemistry

Welcome back to Homeschool Play, where we’re merging learning and play that the whole family can enjoy. Today we’re testing acids and bases using common household substances! Was anyone else’s favorite part of chemistry class the part where you got to test acids and bases using pH test strips? There was something so magical about watching the strip change colors, like it was giving me some secr ...

  • Last Updated 3 weeks ago
  • Maria Magallanes (Children's)

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