This turkey is easy to make and would make a wonderful family or school project. Check out the other fun ideas for Thanksgiving at Parents.
Wikisori has a great collection of cultural printouts and worksheets. These would help any teacher or parent!
Montessori introduced very young children to geometric shapes. They were always popular with our students. Here is a fun classroom or family activity using geometric shapes to study architecture with art.
Visual perception of small and large objects are the first step in math readiness.
Sorting objects from smallest to largest is a great way to introduce the first steps of math. Use different sized balls or other items to put in order of size. Show your child how to do this, use as few words as possible and finally, let your child have a turn.
Use the printouts from Sorting from Smallest to Largest for the next step in your child’s mathematical development.
Fractions sometimes are confusing for younger and older children to understand. This lesson has a free printout game to teach fractions in a fun and easy way.
Triangles are used in math skills, art, buildings and bridges. Have fun with this lesson about triangles.
Circles are an exciting concept to learn about. Here is a lesson about circles to do with your child. Have a fun day of learning!
Children love to play with blocks. They are attracted to the hands-on learning that bricks and blocks provide. Blocks are an important first toy for any child. This activity helps for later learning, such as math and reading. Here is a new lesson of the day you can use for even more fun learning.