Rainbow Jar - Playdough To Plato
This colorful rainbow jar is the perfect easy kids' science experiement becauses it uses ingredients you already have in your kitchen!
Learning About Weather Science Experiments
Help kids learn about changes in weather and the impact of weather with these fun, hands-on weather science experiments for kids.
How to Make Lightning
How to Make a Spark - Weather Science for Kids After showing JZ (5) and J-Bug (4) how to make rain in a jar , JZ asked me how to...
How to Teach Social Skills, Step by Step
Teaching Social Skills - step-by-step directions on Laura Candler's Teaching Resources website
Dice games for preschoolers - The Measured Mom
Check out this giant collection of dice games for preschoolers! You and your little one will have a lot of fun trying out these activities.
End of the Year Parent Letter
Each year seems to fly by faster then the year before. At the end of each school year I send this touching letter home with my students. This is a FREE download of an end of the school year parent letter. I have included a few different borders for each letter. Please note that there is a sep...
Telltale Signs Someone Is Lying [Infographic]
Don't you wish you could sometimes spot a liar right away? I mean, the general population supposedly tells white lies quite often. There are many reasons for this, and they vary from situation to situation. I bet most of you at some point have wondered whether what someone told you has been the truth and nothing but the truth. Sadly, people tell lies, and there is just no way of getting around it. It's not like you are able to carry a lie detector with you wherever you go, and on top of…
Whether you're a parent now, or plan to be, this article is for you. One of my most popular posts was “5 Things You Must Tell Your Parents Before You Die“. As a Father, I'm going to flip the tables a bit. As parents, adopted parents, or even mentors we have have an intrinsic responsibility …
The Difference Between Tantrums and Meltdowns
If this is your child, you know they're not the same thing. - "To tame tantrums, acknowledge what your child needs without giving in. - To manage a meltdown, help your child find a safe, quiet place to de-escalate."