How inventive are your kids? Challenge them to create a boat using only the things in this picture!
Did you know that a 9-year-old invented a basketball that shows kids where to put their hands when shooting? Think of other creative ways to encourage your kids to practice new skills.
Need a way to get your picky eaters to love their veggies? Try different seasonings!
Did you know that a kid invented earmuffs? Chester Greenwood was 15 in 1873 when he had tufts of fur sewed onto wire, which he’d wear while iceskating. He would go on to make and manufacturer these earmuffs for the next 60 years. That’s the creative power of kids!
Did you know Parmesan container lids fit onto mason jars? Fill your jars with beads for crafts, or KiX for a snack. You’ll have both easy pouring and storing.
Finding creative ways to talk about vegetables opens up your kid’s imagination – and makes eating veggies more fun. Here’s an idea: Broccolli florets are actually trees, and your kid is a giraffe!
Looking to beef up your kids’ science skills, and have fun in the process? Mix together two boxes of cornstarch, one can of shaving cream, and food coloring. You and your kids will end up with a fun, moldable, fluffy surprise! (You may want to do this outside.) Find more great experiments on our Facebook […]
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What do you want your kids to learn this summer? Here are 3 thought-starters.