10 favorite activities from the 2015–2016 archives:
Some may say it is an old, technologically-outdated activity, but if your child does not understand how checkbook balancing works, he is at the mercy of his bank!
Charting the weather is a learning lifestyle activity — learning the natural way! Everything you need to get started.
By making his own ABC book, a child can learn the alphabet, practice handwriting, and learn the sounds the letters make.
Napkin folding is a holiday activity suitable for children of all ages: like origami, but more practical!
When it comes to drawing realistic animals, these five suggestions will help make your sketches accurate and full of life.
Now is a great time to help our students understand why we pay income tax, what withholdings are, and how to prepare a simple 1040 income tax form.
Learn alliteration — a literary device where words in a sentence or phrase begin with the same beginning sound — by writing a pyramid poem!
Do you have a child with an interest in electronics? Here are 5 ways to develop an electronic interest.
If you are taking the natural road through language arts, then you are probably already familiar with the first step on the way: tracing. Probably your child’s first writing lesson was when you printed his name and he traced it or copied it. Or maybe you started even earlier with one letter instead of a…
Once your children have their reading and writing skills down, they may benefit from creating a timeline notebook to hold everything studied in chronological order.
Our activities draw on simple and natural ways to develop skills and learn concepts. View them all!