A terrarium is tiny garden enclosed within a sealed glass container. Terrariums are lots of fun to make, and are also a great way to teach kids about the water cycle, as they demonstrate evaporation, condensation and precipitation. Because the water in a terrarium is trapped inside the container, terrariums can live for years without ever being watered! Terrarium’s are made from layers of
Performing arts are a great way for student’s to grow and develop in terms of confidence and creativity. Performance skills have been shown to assist in developing children’s learning needs, and boost a child’s imagination and creative abilities.
Try out some of these crafty ideas over the holidays to keep kids busy before Easter! Easter Bunny Ears What you need: pink cardboard cardboard box pink and white pom poms Crafter’s Choice craft glue scissors Activity: Cut an 8cm x 65cm strip from the cardboard. Cut two rabbit ear-shaped pieces from both the cardboard and the cardboard box. Glue the pink cardboard ears cut
Need some fun over the holidays? Try writing your own Limerick at home using our limerick worksheet… Download your copy here write your own limerick
Here are some great tips for keeping kids busy these holidays! Get Creative! Get Creative and write a story! But not just any old story, maybe write a story about you, or rewrite a classic with a new end. And don’t stop there! Create and draw the characters for your story. Maybe draw a storyboard, and make some costumes for character! Then when you’ve
Here are some fabulous tongue twisters for kids to work on over the holidays. Tongue twisters help students focus on vocal ability and speech, plus they are super fun! Download your copy here Tongue Twisters
Have you ever had trouble getting up in front of a group of people to talk? Do you find public speaking a little scary? Well here are 10 handy tips for Public Speaking to keep cool, calm and collected on stage!
Pick something interesting. Make sure it is something that people will want to know more about and are able to hold or look at closely.
Make sure YOU are interested in the thing you’re going to be talking about. If you know lots about it, you will be able to tell your class all the things you know.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Nope – it’s 30 little superheros!
You will need Create the mouth Cut a slit into the toe of the sock to create space for the mouth Use the downloadable cardboard templates to trace and cut out the cardboard mouth Fold the cardboard mouth in half Apply glue to the edges of the cardboard Open the “mouth” of the sock Carefully glue the sock to the cardboard Use the felt template