What can I do with my toddler?
Activities for toddlers are one of the hardest things to come up with. Try one of these 50+ simply perfect toddler activities!
The one easy change that will make young kids listen to you more
One of the most frustrating things about raising a young child is having a 2 or 3-year-old not listening to anything you say. When my son was a toddler, I found it so hard to deal with this! Luckily, a little change made things a lot easier! Have you ever wondered why young kids just ignore your interdictions? Or why
70 Best Educational Apps
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Digital Citizenship | Common Sense Education
What is digital citizenship? Teach students to use technology safely and responsibly with our K–12 curriculum, lesson plans, trainings, and family support tools.
10 Kid Competition Shows to Spark Family Fun at Home
Tune into TV shows like "MasterChef Junior," "Design Squad," and "Little Big Shots" for positive messages and takeaway activities for families. Advice from Common Sense Media editors.
Growth Mindset Videos: 10 Inspiring TEDTalks to Share With Your Kids
Guaranteed to inspire kids of all ages, these 10 TEDTalks make the perfect jumping off point for opening discussion about growth mindset at home or school.
Dream Dare Do Book - Kidpreneur Life
The best kids business book available! Dream, Dare, Do is a guide helping kids interested in starting a business. In DDD, Jude Paul shares his take on business, and includes interviews by other young entrepreneurs that have started and grown their own business. Many of these Kidpreneurs were on Shark Tank.
SHARK TANK FOR YOUR CLASSROOM - Be your best teacher!
Many of my readers have been asking me for extended tips on implementing Shark Tank in your classroom (since reading my post on History’s Great Mystery (How can I make my classroom more interactive?!) This activity is a HUGE hit in my history classroom. This is basically a marketing 101 lesson. The Basics: Break students into groups.… Continue reading →