To make your own Love Light you will need, tissue paper, scissors, Elmer’s glue, a plate, and one up-cycled glass jar or cup. After cutting out the red hearts, cut the pink tissue paper into strips that you will use to wrap the jar. When all of your paper is
Welcome to Let’s Say Some Words in Spanish, a collaboration between KidCourses and Fabulosokids. We decided to make these videos because we know that most parents want their kids to learn a second language but are intimidated by being the teacher. Our hope is that you will share the videos
Today’s Math Minute Video features Oliver Owl. He likes fractions, but he wants to turn all the fractions that he sees into hundredths. Watch this video and then download some printable coloring grids. You can hold your fraction and the grid of 100 up to a window to see what
In many dynamic designs and artworks, one dominant aspect is the first to claim your attention. Known as a focal point, it provides you with a way to access the page or the canvas. Once you are “in,” you can look around, making instinctual connections between pieces to get
Operations with scientific notation appears to be a simple topic on the surface, however, students get easily confused when manipulating the exponent in order to make computations. I came up with the acronym “LARS” to help students remember how changing the exponent affects the direction the decimal will move. “LARS”
Line as a Design Element + Upcycled Art Project In math, a line is always solid and straight and a line always goes on and on in both directions. Artistic lines are different — they can be straight, bent, dashed, and have a cool paint brush texture to them. They don’t have to go on and on
Here’s a toddler fave: Nygel’s Walk!
We asked the adults on Facebook what fingerspelling printables they wanted to see. We were happy to get a few responses! So here are the names that you requested. Thank you for participating! If you missed out on the fun, check out these Cut & Paste ASL Letters to make