Use recyclables or craft supplies you have around the house to create your very own instrument! Find some inspiration here! Miss Sarah would love to see what you come up with. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org!
NASA has shared STEM activities for children from Kindergarten up to Grade 8. Try making a NASA-inspired straw rocket with Miss Jessica, and then check out the other activities on the NASA website! You can also share your scientific inquiries with Miss Jessica by emailing her at email@example.com.
Stop Motion Animation is a fun and easy way to make a movie! Grab some props, design your setting, and take pictures with every move you make! Create your own movies with Stop Motion Studio and check out their website for more project ideas. And don’t forget to tell Miss Amy about your project by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Practice a healthy habit and have fun doing it! Cosmic Kids Yoga has tons of follow along videos all about yoga and mindfulness. Kids love these videos…and adults do to! Miss Sarah would love to know how you’re moving and grooving every week! Email her at email@example.com to share the fun you’re having!
Turn a regular walk into an adventure! Miss Wendy is going on an experiential scavenger hunt – and you can too. Let us know what your favourite activity was!
The Kitchen Pantry Scientist offers tons of fun science experiments you can try at home with ingredients you probably already have in your house! Join Miss Jessica to make corn starch goo, or oobleck, out of just corn starch and water. Check out the Kitchen Pantry Scientist for more fun experiments!