How to Make a Blue Themed Sensory Bin

Creating a sensory bin is really fun because you get to make something wonderful for your child to be excited about!Even better,  you can tailor it specifically to your child’s individual learning needs! This bin is not created for children to learn the color blue, rather it is to stimulate and hold your child’s attention […]

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Learn About Black Creativity at the Museum of Science and Industry Chicago

There is always something exciting worth learning about at the Museum of Science and Industry Chicago. This year’s Juried Art Exhibition is the largest in its history. The gallery, displayed annually at MSI since 1970, features more than 170 dynamic art works from professional and aspiring African-American artists, including youth artists. The Juried Art Exhibition is the nation’s longest-running […]

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Cool Winter Crafts & Treats to Make Indoors Where it’s Warm

* I participate in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to products on amazon. Here in Chicago it is so cold that we have to find fun things to do together inside where it is warm. Here […]

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Free Printable Collection Jars Kids Activity

Kids LOVE to go on nature walks to find interesting things. Kids also LOVE to make collections. I like this printable version of collection jars because kids can use these sheets to arrange collections over and over again. You can laminate a few of these and have them for kids to use anytime! They are […]

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Summer Brain Games with the Museum of Science and Industry Chicago

This is a #sponsored campaign by the Museum of Science and Industry Chicago. Families in Chicago are having such a fun time together engaging in science experiments. The Museum of Science and Industry (MSI) knows that there is a real phenomenon with kids over the summer called “summer brain drain” where kids lose a lot of […]

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DIY Color Matching Flower Learning Game for Kids

Color Matching Flower Learning Game for Kids Supplies: 1 sheet of construction paper for each color of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple). A plain white piece of paper Heavy weight white paper Pen Scissors Modge podge Sponge paint brush   Instructions: Step 1. Draw and cut out the outline of a flower […]

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