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Science Packed Summer

By now you've heard about the Summer Slide and you're afraid of your child falling behind because they'd rather spend time playing video games than reading. We get that it can occasionally be hard to influence your child to stop their game and to take some time each day to learn. So what if we supplied you with some science ...

15
Jun
Posted by Scholar's Choice in 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

Teacher Feature: Duff Yacula’s “Let It Grow! Let It Grow!” project

Mr. Yacula applied for the MyClassNeeds’ Copernicus Outdoor Ed Fund, which focuses on environmental initiatives, requesting a three-tiered light garden and light bulbs to grow vegetables and flowers indoors. His students range from junior kindergarten to grade six and come from many cultures, including a large First Nations population. Mr. Yacula’s energetic, hands-on students have enjoyed an outdoor garden ...

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

End of School Year Gifts!

Whether your child is graduating 8th Grade or just finished 1st Grade, we've gathered up a list of the hottest toys for the summer for your child to enjoy! Gifts For Ages 4-6 Bubble Blower Turn any day into a party with our non-stop Bubble Machine! Its twelve rotating wands and built-in fan blast out gazillions of bubbles. Just fill ...

09
Jun
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Parent, General

Grad Gifts for your Grandchild

Struggling with ideas on what to get your grandchild for their graduation? Tired of getting gifts that they don't seem to like? Consider these gifts that we think they will love! Puzzles Emoticon Puzzle For your grandchild that is constantly texting, they are sure to enjoy the familiarity of the emoticons in this puzzle. Ages 10+. All pieces are smooth-edged, well ...

08
Jun
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Grandparent

Benefits of Arts & Crafts

Did You Know Crafts: 1) Promote Patience Your grandchild will have to wait for their glue to dry and this wait period promotes patience 2)Boost Self Esteem Once your grandchild completes a craft successfully, they will gain a sense of confidence and pride. 3) Increase Bonding & Fun As you and your grandchild explore multiple arts and crafts together, they will love the ...

03
Jun
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Grandparent

Make Your House Magical

Has your grandchild been shy around you recently or seems uninterested in sleeping over at your house? Perhaps they are having a hard time sleeping through the night, adjusting to new changes, or handling bullies. It can be difficult for your grandchild to tell you what's been bothering them and that's why we suggest introducing your grandchild to the imaginative ...

03
Jun
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Grandparent

Teacher Feature: Michael Ng’s “Affordable Prosthetic Hands” Project

Mr. Ng applied to MyClassNeeds’ standard program, requesting 3D printing supplies in order to start a 3D Print Club. But this is no ordinary 3D Print Club. He wanted to teach his students about compassion and quality of life by creating 3D-printed prosthetic devices for children, adults, and animals with hand and limb disabilities. The goal was to inspire his ...

03
Jun
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Parent, Teacher, General

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