Rain Rain Go Away
Rain Rain Go Away

It’s raining cats and dogs outside! Actually, it’s just raining raindrops. Caitie and Tobee love doing fun things with their families on rainy days. Today, they’re going to make a rainstick out rice and a cardboard tube! Then, they sing a song called “Rain, Rain Go Away.” They have so much fun!

Rock Monsters
Rock Monsters

Monster rock! Especially, rock monsters! These funky monsters are made from rocks found outside, and craft supplies that you probably already have at home. You can get creative adding extra eyes, hair, or horns – anything you like to truly make these monsters rock! What you’ll need: Smooth round rocks – go for a rock... Read more »

Walking Through Time Activity: The Age of the Earth
Walking Through Time Activity: The Age of the Earth

By studying rocks, scientists have figured out how long the Earth has been around. And the answer is: a long, long time. The earth is four billion, five hundred and forty million years old, and in that time, it’s been through a lot of changes. By contrast, people have only been around for two or... Read more »

Spreading Joy #6 - Kindness Rocks
Spreading Joy #6 – Kindness Rocks

Can you imagine just for one moment, if instead of all those apocalyptic films of humanity trying to survive a zombie contagion, that instead the future held a worldwide kindness contagion? Kindness and love spreading over the Earth in a beautiful ripple effect. Think back to a time when you were feeling low, down in... Read more »

How To Teach After A While, Crocodile
How To Teach After A While, Crocodile

Learn how to teach the Super Simple Song “After A While, Crocodile” song to your preschoolers, kindergarteners, ESL/EFL learners, young homeschoolers, or any young children! Join Caitie as she introduces the song, shows you how to lead your classroom in singing the “After A While, Crocodile” song, and provides some great activity ideas to extend... Read more »

Let's Match Butterfly Wings
Let’s Match Butterfly Wings

Did you know that butterfly wings are symmetrical? That means that one side is exactly the same as the other side! Let’s look at some beautiful butterfly wings and try to match them!