These coloring worksheets are not only fun to color — they offer up creative ideas for your little artist! If you’ve seen our ABC Signs Program then your little one may already know how to sign alligator, baby, cookie, and cat in American Sign Language! Coloring Worksheet: Alligator Coloring Worksheet:
Sorry for the delay with this one! We received a request via Facebook just as I was about to fly away to visit the east coast (or while I was there — it’s all a blur). As I settle back into life in sunny San Diego, I am catching up
Did you know? Only half of a dolphin’s brain sleeps at a time! Dolphin babies are born tail first! Dolphins name each other! “Killer Whales” (Orcas) are actually dolphins! Though they can see very well, dolphins also use echolocation to find things, like food! In comparison, they don’t smell all
I saw this video a while back and thought it was amazing. It shows an experiment which covers the gratitude and happiness connection. I have been a dabbler in perusing research on the science of happiness, and focusing on gratitude and having our kids learn and adopt an attitude of gratitude is
I collaborate quite a bit with my friend Jenny from Art by Jenny K and am OBSESSED with her pop art designs! Not only do I use them for math activities in my classroom, but I’ve also found that they work perfect for home projects with my own boys. Especially around
What DOES a fox say? The answer may surprise you. In case you have not yet found an answer to this popular question, we found a couple of cute kid-appropriate videos for you. In the interest of full disclosure, I must admit that I accidentally pulled up a Popular Science post, thinking “I
Check out our lessons on Elements of Design for Kids to learn more (all topics have art activities for kids included): Line Shape Space (see also: Positive and Negative Space) Color Texture Form Here’s a fun and quick one-page review all of the lessons on Elements of Design: Elements Of Design
Make your own color wheel coloring sheet: Color Wheel This activity goes well with Elements of Design for Kids: Color.