To celebrate Constitution Day, we’re sharing our Preamble Stack Up — a favorite learning and memorization tool for kids!  Begin with “We the People” and race to stack all phrases in the correct order. Download our free printable preamble and complete this easy DIY in minutes….

This I Spy Ancient Egypt free printable is a fun way for kids to learn about ancient Egyptian civilization.  Archaeologists learn many things about the life and customs of the ancient Egyptians from scenes like this painted on the inside walls of pyramids and tombs. …

These easy-to-make spring lollipops are a great family project for a spring celebration.  Add a discussion of spring celebrations with roots in ancient traditions, and your family is likely to discover a new way to celebrate spring. Spring Celebrations For thousands of years people have…

Have fun experimenting with this 2-stage balloon rocket that demonstrates how a real multi-stage rocket works. Two or more rockets linked together form a multi-stage rocket that will propel a spacecraft farther than a single rocket.  A 2-stage rocket blasts off when the first stage…

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with this Lucky Terrarium — an easy spring project for kids and parents to make together.  This Lucky Terrarium is a fun way to celebrate Irish symbols and learn about their history. Shamrock History The shamrock is cheerful, decorative, rich in…

The snowman is arguably the most recognized and best loved icon of the winter season.  For centuries, snowman appeal has crossed cultures and continents.  Here’s a peek at our favorite snowman history finds, along with a snowman bean mosaic art project and a warming snowman…

The first Winter Olympic Games were hosted by Chamonix, France in 1924.  American speed skater Charles Jewtraw became the first Winter Olympics gold medalist.  Winter Olympics sports have changed over the years as athletes push the upper limits of human performance.  As a result, today’s…