Increase Activity in School with a Movement Maze
According to Dr. Lanningham-Foster, Ph.D., endocrinologist at the Mayo Clinic, “kids crave movement. What’s more, they need movement for proper development. We need to find ways to give children more opportunities to move, whether it’s at school or at home.” Increase activity in school with a Movement Maze; a guided course outside of our classrooms that leads our students through a variety of purposeful movement. Students take a short break, utilize muscle groups, and re-enter the classroom…
What caught my eye – favorites from the past month
I saw this on a few sites and Facebook posts and thought it was a neat idea. Research says it takes 3-5 positives to wipe out one negative and I can believe it. So let’s start the year out ri…
45 funny questions to ask your Kids - Get them Talkative - Nested Blissfully
These questions come handy for times when you need to get something done, but your kids desperately seek your attention! Kids love them, tried and tested. What better way to connect with them than asking them a bunch of funny questions to get them talkative. Free Printable Included.
Why spend the money on a giant Jenga set, when you can reuse, reduce, and recycle one from old soda cartons?! The Library often hosts giant games programs using found or reclaimed items! Check out our program calendar for upcoming events and fun things for kids to do!
Brilliant School Hacks Everyone Should Know! - Beenke
Brilliant school hacks every student should know! These life hacks for school can help your child focus, get organized, recall more information, and make learning a little bit easier.