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Bubble Wrap Painting for Kids: Fall Trees

Create Date September 22, 2017 08:45 by author Kaplan Early Learning
Use bubble wrap to paint colorful fall trees! Watch the video or read the instructions in the blog post for more information about this fun fall craft for kids. [More]

7 Benefits of Yoga for Young Kids

Create Date September 20, 2017 10:00 by author Kaplan Early Learning
From reducing anxiety to improving flexibility, yoga can positively affect kids’ lives. Learn more about the benefits of yoga for children in this blog post. [More]

Throw an End-of-Summer Bash for Your Students!

Create Date September 8, 2017 12:58 by author Kaplan Early Learning
Get activity ideas for throwing an end-of-summer bash for your students! There are plenty of ways you can say goodbye to summer with the children in your care. [More]

Splish, Splash! 6 Fun Summer Sensory Play Ideas

Create Date September 6, 2017 08:00 by author Kaplan Early Learning
Help children learn through sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell with these sensory play activities. Be sure to check out our ideas for fun ice experiments! [More]

5 Ways to Celebrate the 4th of July with Elementary-Age Children

Create Date June 20, 2017 08:50 by author Tanner Nelson
Have fun celebrating the 4th of July with the elementary students in your class and/or your own children with these patriotic crafts and activities for kids! [More]

Classic Children's Books That Still Resonate Today

Create Date June 8, 2017 10:00 by author Tanner Nelson
There’s a long list of children’s books that have become treasured classics. Check out our picks for classic children’s books you must have in your classroom. [More]

How to Teach Citizenship in the Elementary School Classroom

Create Date June 6, 2017 12:58 by author Kaplan Early Learning
Get tips for teaching citizenship to elementary students and incorporating citizenship activities into your lesson plans with our latest Kaplan blog post. [More]

Crafts for Kids: DIY Galaxy Paintings

Create Date May 30, 2017 12:15 by author Kaplan Early Learning
Astronomy can be something fun and exciting to study with your students (or your own children) during the upcoming summer months. From stargazing to studying the phases of the moon, there are lots of things to learn and discover about our solar system. [More]

Activities to Make Your Classroom Feel Like a Field Trip

Create Date May 23, 2017 12:59 by author Kaplan Early Learning
Once you hit late spring, things can start to feel a little stale in the classroom. Many educators like to get children out of the classroom by taking children on field trips or planning activities outside, but the funding isn’t always there for field trips, and the weather isn’t always nice enough to plan activities outside. [More]

Eight Spring Activities for Kindergarteners

Create Date May 5, 2017 09:20 by author Kaplan Early Learning
Trees and flowers are blooming, sunlight is more abundant, grass is turning green again, and a variety of creatures are buzzing and moving around. Use all the changes spring brings to provide plenty of fun learning opportunities for your students. [More]

Three Ways to Make Dual Language Learners Feel Comfortable in the Classroom

Create Date April 27, 2017 08:00 by author Kerri Hughes
According to the American Community Survey, immigrants make up over 13 percent of the U.S. population. As a result, many first-generation, American-born children grow up speaking both English and their parents’ native tongue as well as participating in both American culture and that of their family. [More]

Crowdfunding Resources for Teachers

Create Date March 27, 2017 11:35 by author Kaplan Early Learning
What do you think of when someone talks about fundraising? Traditionally, fundraising in schools has involved selling magazines, baked goods, raffle tickets, etc. to finance field trips and classroom supplies. However, crowdfunding for education is continuing to grow in popularity. [More]

Learn and Play with Snow Day Activities

Create Date February 17, 2017 11:20 by author Kaplan Early Learning
Are you ready for some snow day fun? Even though most of the United States has been warmer than average this winter, there’s still plenty of winter (and chances for snow) left. Whether you live somewhere that constantly has snow on the ground or somewhere that only gets a few snows a year, having a list of fun things to do in the snow will help you know what to do on a snow day with your students and/or your own children. [More]

Six Twists on Valentine’s Day in the Classroom

Create Date February 10, 2017 10:30 by author Kaplan Early Learning
Looking for a new and different way you and your students can celebrate Valentine’s Day in the classroom? We’re sharing six Valentine’s Day activities for kids that go beyond making traditional valentines. [More]

A Quick Guide to Creating Flexible Learning Spaces

Create Date February 3, 2017 08:15 by author Kaplan Early Learning
How would you describe your classroom learning environment? Is it more traditional or more flexible? Students tend to thrive in environments that allow them to have a choice in how they learn, which is why flexible classrooms and learning spaces are starting to grow in popularity. [More]
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