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Science Experiments for Grandchildren

Wondering how you can influence your grandchild to be more involved with science? Teach them how to make products they already know and love such as lip gloss or glow sticks! Your grandchild will have fun making objects from scratch and may not even realize that they are engaging with science while making them. Make Lip Gloss! Your grandchildren probably ...

11
Jul
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Grandparent

Weekly Summer Science Extravaganza!

While science is commonly associated with chemical reactions and volcanic explosions, part of science is also learning about animals, space, dinosaurs, geology and more. We've devised a schedule where each week you and your child can explore a new topic in science all summer long! Week 1: Learn about Animals This week we encourage you to focus on all types of ...

05
Jul
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Parent, General

How to Pick Gender Neutral Toys

Lately there has been an influx of interest by new parents for gender neutral toys for their child. What Are Gender Neutral Toys? Toys that aren't stereotyped and can be played with by both genders Why Are They Important? Toys act as a way of communication for children. By giving your grandchild a gender specific toy, you are perpetrating the ...

05
Jul
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Grandparent, General

Teacher Feature: Jill Marsden’s project for “communicating with iPads for nonverbal students”

Mrs. Marsden applied to MyClassNeeds’ Fuel Your School initiative, which focuses on initiatives in science and tech, requesting two iPads for her non-verbal special needs students to express themselves. She intended for the iPads to be used as an auditory communication tool with a specific app that would allow students to have a voice in the classroom and around the ...

24
Jun
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Parent, Teacher, General

Go Play Outside and Get Dirty!

While technology is widely seen as a great advancement for entertainment, it has been a hindrance on outdoor play for children. With the various temptations from television to video games, going outside seems less and less appealing. This wasn’t the case years ago and according to the American Journal of Play “70 percent of the mothers reported that, as children, ...

23
Jun
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Childcare, Grandparent, Parent

Teacher Feature: Brian Barazzuol’s “Digital Immersion Tablet” Initiative

Mr. Barazzuol applied to MyClassNeeds’ Fuel Your School program, which focuses on initiatives in science and tech, requesting tablets and technology to enhance and deepen his students’ online learning. Mr. Barazzuol hoped an iPad and bluetooth speakers would enhance his lesson style as well as students’ own presentations. Many of Mr. Barazzuol’s high school students have outdated technology - ...

17
Jun
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Parent, Teacher, General

Grandchildren Coming to Visit?

So you’re told that you get to spend the weekend hosting your grandchild. You’re excited by the idea of all the quality time you’ll have with them and can’t wait for the 48 hours to begin. That is of course, until you hear the dreaded words “I’m bored”. So how do you prevent your grandchild from ...

14
Jun
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Grandparent, General

Father's Day Ideas

Father’s Day is coming up, and while we’re sure you've already got the perfect present, here are a few kid friendly crafts to make with the children for Father’s Day! Bonus- they all have some educational or developmental benefit for your children! I LOVE YOU THIS MUCH CARD We love this sweet craft! Not only is it ...

14
Jun
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Parent

Fairies Make Their Way to Classrooms!

Heard about the 'lil Fairy Door but not sure if it can benefit the classroom? We assure you, the fairies will visit anywhere and can help everyone! Where to put the 'lil Fairy Door in your classroom: •Low on a wall near your desk •On a book shelf •On the chalk ledge •On the floor of the coat closet •On ...

10
Jun
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Teacher

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