Getting ready for school means a lot of changes — a new grade, teachers, friends, and routines, but it’s all fun and safe when shared within the covers of a book. Kids ages 0-9 will enjoy the recommended children’s books on this list from Reading Rockets, which are all about going to school. http://www.pbs.org/parents/adventures-in-learning/2014/08/school-days/

Getting ready for school means a lot of changes — a new grade, teachers, friends, and routines, but it’s all fun and safe when shared within the covers of a book. Kids ages 0-9 will enjoy the recommended children’s books on this list from Reading Rockets, which are all about going to school. http://www.pbs.org/parents/adventures-in-learning/2014/08/school-days/

Make your own thermometer with this neat science project!

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A+ work.
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A+ work.

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Kids imagine what it’s like to be an adult. Hilarity ensues. 

Dog or pillow? 

Gentle Giant Tibetan Mastiff Plays With Little Girl (via yahoo

Make a swimming jellyfish out of recycled items around your home!

Sandcastles have never been so competitive! Check out some of these masterpieces from Sand Sculpture Day. 

Ready to rhyme? Consider this list of 27 rhyming books that kids have grown to love. Which one is your or your child’s favorite?http://to.pbs.org/1rADz06

Ready to rhyme? Consider this list of 27 rhyming books that kids have grown to love. Which one is your or your child’s favorite?http://to.pbs.org/1rADz06

Kids can engage in imaginary play and a bit of chemistry when they create their very own vinegar and baking soda volcano using a party hat!
Simple Science Facts For Kids:1. Volcanoes allow hot lava and gases to escape from below the earth’s surface.2. Adding vinegar to baking soda creates carbon dioxide gas.3. The gas leaves the solution as bubbles, causing the volcanic eruption.

Kids can engage in imaginary play and a bit of chemistry when they create their very own vinegar and baking soda volcano using a party hat!

Simple Science Facts For Kids:
1. Volcanoes allow hot lava and gases to escape from below the earth’s surface.
2. Adding vinegar to baking soda creates carbon dioxide gas.
3. The gas leaves the solution as bubbles, causing the volcanic eruption.

It’s Friday… let’s split!

It’s Friday… let’s split!

These children will never forget certain “firsts.” Can you guess which firsts these are? Find the answers here: http://bit.ly/1kLZWBF

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