While you’re busy teaching your children the value of a dollar, sit down and create this simple Newspaper Piggy Bank with them!
In most ceremonies of remembrance, there is a reading of an appropriate poem. One traditional recitation on Anzac Day is The Ode. It is traditionally part of the ANZAC and Remembrance Day services.
A fun Easter activity that’s simple and so hippity hoppity cute!!
Most of us have thought about how nice it would be to have a veggie garden, but it can be challenging to find the time to establish one. School holidays are the perfect time to start working on a family garden project.
Kids love to craft, and there is proven value to including craft in the learning process. But with so much to cover it can be a good idea to integrate other educational elements into craft time.
Colouring-in sheets for the classroom that focus on positive self-talk and affirming messages.
It’s the winter holidays, and we all want to be snuggled inside where it’s nice and warm. Even the kids can only run around outside in the cold for so long, but staying indoors for too long makes them a bit stir crazy. Here are some fun winter-themed craft activities to keep their little hands and minds busy.
We are abundant in nature so why not use what we already have to create art projects in our classroom. Did you know in 2016, the 7 billion people who populate the globe produced over 320 million tons of plastic?! It’s no wonder that around 8 million pieces of PLASTIC are found in our ocean, river and creek systems.
It can be challenging to keep kids entertained over the holidays, especially if you want to keep them engaged in the learning process rather than banishing them to the backyard or the rumpus room to entertain themselves
Glue is a staple of every craft supply collection. It is used in just about every project under the sun. To say thanks for its many years of faithful service, we thought we’d share some project where glue is the star.