Presidents’ Day is the perfect time to teach children about historical figures that have shaped our society. Iconic moments like the Gettysburg Address, where Abraham Lincoln open his infamous speech with “Four score and seven years ago” is an example of how children can learn about U.S. history. Here are some fun activities you can do at home with your kids to bridge the gap between the past and the present. (more…)
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and your children will probably be exchanging cards, flowers and candy with classmates. Instead of the traditional yummy snacks, this year be different, and send your kid to school with one of these healthy Valentine’s Day treats.
A Fruity Valentine by Then She Made…
Heart Fruit Kabobs by It’s All in My Head
Mozzarella and Tomato Salad for Kids by Parenting
Valentine’s Cucumber Bouquet by Super Healthy Kids
Play & Learn believes any experience can be a learning experience, and Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to teach children about colors, shapes and letters. These hands-on activities will reinforce lessons learned in the classroom while echoing genuine emotions of love. (more…)