Un-BEE-Lievable Science: A bee themed lesson plan for grades 3 – 6

Note: While the lesson plan and program guide for Un-BEE-Lievable are complete, some of the resources are a work in progress. Because the program fits in perfectly with children’s summer programs (especially in Canada where the 2019 SRC theme is Natural World), I decided to post it as early as possible. I will update with… Read More Un-BEE-Lievable Science: A bee themed lesson plan for grades 3 – 6

How to Teach Kids the Basics of Ukulele Playing

It’s small town front page news! Kids can learn how to play the ukulele at the library. Teaching ukulele skills is a fun way to engage children with music education – and it might even inspire a life long passion! Parents are so appreciative for a cheap and casual alternative to expensive and intense music… Read More How to Teach Kids the Basics of Ukulele Playing

Hack That Painting – Program Outline

Hack That Painting is the slightly more refined cousin of Bad Art Night. Kids are given pre-painted canvases, and get to add whatever they’d like to the image. Do they imagine a dinosaur stomping down the mountain? A monkey climbing in the tree? Or a kraken-demogorgon hybrid erupting out of the water and eating a shark?!… Read More Hack That Painting – Program Outline

Write Your Own Adventure – A CYOA Creative Writing Program for Kids

You stumble across a new idea for a children’s program! Your screen glows with the promise of good things to come. To dive into the idea and learn more, keep reading. To ignore your instincts and abort the mission, hit ctrl + w. Choose Your Own Adventure is not affiliated with this program or blog… Read More Write Your Own Adventure – A CYOA Creative Writing Program for Kids