Do you have a lot of summer left, or is school starting up soon?
We still have over a month, so we’ve got a lot of summer fun left to do.
I love the ideas I found on last week’s link up. They’re simple, fun, and will keep your kids learning all year long.
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Day 1: Have some fun with DIY Origami Flying Discs. Relentlessly Fun Deceptively Educational shows you how to make them.
Day 2: Have some chilly fun with ice! Mini Monets and Mommies has a great selection of ice art and science ideas.
Day 3: Learn about the Olympic and Paralympic values at Bits of Positivity.
Day 4: Practice time with O’Clock Ladybug Puzzles at Boy Mama Teacher Mama.
Day 5: Can you make a tower that won’t topple? Have fun with this fun science project from Relentlessly Fun Deceptively Educational.
You can find even more fun ideas from this week’s link-up.
Check out the link up below for even more great after school ideas. If you’re a blogger, please link up any ideas for elementary-aged kids (ages 5 and up).
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