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Make summer math activities fun and easy with great ideas to connect reading, science, math, tech, and games!
It’s easy to get caught up in the fun of summer and let learning slide. And that’s totally fine. But it’s important to keep learning in the mix to prevent summer slide. It’s important to keep summer reading fun!
Woohoo! Summer is just about here. Summer can also bring summer slide. Stop summer slide with simple experiments that are perfect summer science learning activities for kids!
Build play into your at-home learning with simple art activities! These are great ways to explore creative and imagination with your child no matter where you are currently located.
Bring on the cute turkey cut-outs, acrostic poems, and Pilgrim hats! It’s Thanksgiving season, and now is a great time to integrate learning in all sorts of ways. Check out these quick tips, for homeschool and classroom and just for fun!
In first grade, we held a mock election: Clinton VS Bush. I voted for Bush because I thought he was better looking. True story.
To homeschool or not to homeschool? This is the question.
Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean that science, or learning, takes any time off.
Sun, sand, and knowledge? You betcha! Learn at the beach!
Welcome to July! All the kids are out of school, and summer is heating up. With Independence Day just a few sleeps away, now is a great time to celebrate America, and summer!
Earlier this week, JJ Montanaro of USAA told us all about the value of opening savings accounts for children. Today, let’s talk about using money, checking, and savings as a real life math lesson.
Today I welcome Joseph Montanaro, a Certified Financial Planner with USAA, as our guest blogger. JJ is a retired Lieutenant Colonel, USA, with over 20 years of experience in the financial services industry. To check out JJ’s impressive bio, click here!
School is out for summer! And the kids are ready for long days spent at camp, by the pool, or just doing nothing in front of a screen. Wait? What? Doing nothing? Have you heard of a little thing called “summer slide?”
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