Welcome to the After School Linky!
We had LOADS of new bloggers linking up last week. The number of phenomenal ideas shared just keeps on growing!
Here are a few of my favorites posted at the 9/2 linky party.
Junior Engineer from Doodles and Jots.
(This is a great STEM activity and the printable is free! I love the idea of sending kids on an I Spy hunt to search for items based on how they're made!)
Grid Drawing with Kids: Portraits at ArtChoo!
(Increase a child's confidence in their drawing abilities by making a grid on a photograph to reference.)
Children's Books about Autism from Growing Book by Book.
(This is a phenomenal list of books to help children understand autism!)
Stick Toys: A Stick is an Excellent Thing by Pragmatic Mom.
(If you have stick-collecting kids like me, this is a must read ... and a must DO! Mia shows how to make a bow and arrow from a stick, rubber bands, and duct tape.)
Ancient China: Making a "Bamboo" Scroll at Marie's Pastiche.
(Fine tip markers, thread, and popsicle sticks are transformed into an ancient chinese scroll with this extraordinary craft.)
MaTH activity Thursday: Closet Edition by Kids Math Teacher.
(This is everyday math at its best. Kids solve all kinds of math problems using their closet and its contents!)
Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational