LEGO Activities: Balance Scale

LEGO Balance Scale STEM Project  When my son was 4 years old, it was a BIG Lego phase for him. He was so into looking at the Lego building app and followed the instruction to building what he wanted. We made a LEGO balance scale and weighed candies. It was fun, and it turned out... Continue Reading →

Teaching Time AM and PM

Difference between AM and PM My son suddenly asked, "What are AM and PM?" I asked him why he wanted to know about it, and he replied to me, "I always see them on my iPad." He was right. AM and PM are mostly on the iPad, smartphone, and computer displays. Yeah, what are these... Continue Reading →

Measuring Length for Kids (Centimeters & Inches)

Fun ways to practice measuring length! Introducing measuring was fun. Since using a ruler is a little bit tricky for kids, we practiced how to operate with measuring items at home. Here is the list my son did. It was so cute to see what he chose to measure. 🙂 What We Used RulerPencilThe printed... Continue Reading →

The Best Worksheets Websites for Kids

I found some useful websites that offer a great selection of worksheets. I hope this list helps your distance learning. K5 Learning (Free Worksheets Page) Subject Math and Language Art Age: Preschool to Grade 6 (Depends on the subjects) Cost: Free (No Sign Up Required) Scholastic Teachables Subject Language Arts, Math, Reading, Science, Social Studies,... Continue Reading →

Telling Time For Kids: How to Tell Time on a Clock

How to Teach Your Child to Tell Time? How do we know the time these days? Mostly looking at the cell phone. My son is so used to digital clocks, that it was very tricky and hard for him to learn this topic. I believe telling time on an analog clock is still essential, and... Continue Reading →

LEGO Math Activities for Kids: Number Cars

Counting Numbers 1 to 10 with Cars!  I was making numbers from 1 to 10 with Legos (I don't remember why. Just bored?). Then, my son - who was very into the Pixar movie "Cars" and anything cars related - gave me a fun idea, "Let's turn them into cars!". This was a great way... Continue Reading →

LEGO Math Activities for Kids: Counting Numbers

Introducing numbers to preschoolers with Lego My son started to like playing with Lego. We had fun with this easy number counting game. My son enjoyed playing Legos on the baseplate like a big boy! You can play this without the baseplate too! What We Used Any Lego pieces but ideally same size - 55... Continue Reading →

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