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National Puzzle Day is Jan 29 every year.

4 Ways Puzzles Exercise Your Brain

Puzzles Are VersatilePuzzles are some of the most versatile learning tools available for the home and classroom. It’s no wonder there’s a special day set aside on January 29 each year to showcase the plethora of options on National Puzzle Day. There truly is something for everyone. If you...

Traveling Solo Is Awesome

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DIY newspaper seedling pots

Easy DIY Newspaper Seedling Pots

Here’s a perfect classroom activity to DIY newspaper seedling pots instead of buying peat pellets. Have you read the post on why we need to find alternatives to using peat and preserve the centuries old peat bogs? If not, make sure you read it here. And if you need...

DIY 3 Tips to Fix Puzzle Knobs

3 DIY Tips to Fix Puzzle Knobs

Are lost, loose or broken puzzle knobs the bane of your day? How did another one fall off yet again?? Fear not, a little maintenance and properly reattaching the knobs is all that is needed. The key word here of course is – properly. Now that school is drawing...

DIY seed tape example.

DIY Seed Tape in 5 Easy Steps

Here’s a fantastic little activity that is perfect for the budding little gardeners in your classroom or at home. You’ll have all the materials readily available from home, except perhaps seeds. Excellent spring classroom activity You may have noticed that some plant and vegetable seeds are now available for purchase already...

Peat Bogs and Marshes Glossary

  Here’s a few glossary terms to get you started for developing a unit on peat bogs, marshes, wetlands, the plants and animals that live there and the importance of conservation. I never thought of “mire” coming from the word “quagmire”, or even that you can use “mire” as a...