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Sharks!

Sharks are the top of the food chain in the ocean. they range in size from 6 inches to 54 feet. They belong to a class of fish’Sharks have the most powerful jaws on the planet and both the upper jaws move. A shark may grow and use over 20,000 teeth in their lifetime There…

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Oceans

Oceans cover 71% of the Earth the Pacific Ocean, The Pacific Ocean is the largest Ocean the Atlantic Ocean,  the Indian Ocean,  the Arctic Ocean and  the Southern Ocean. The lowest known point on earth is called Challenger Deep. It is located in the Pacific Ocean near Guam in the Philippine Sea at the end of the Mariana Trench. The depth recorded is 10,920m…

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Virtual VBS and Summer Camps at Home

2020 is a little different, and summer camps and Vacation Bible Schools are stepping up to the challenge by offering their programming remotely! While you will still have to watch your child, there are online options and even packet pick ups that are available at different places around the valley to help parents and kids…

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Chickens!

Have you ever thought Chickens were cute? Or wondered if the chicken or the egg came first? Join us on our discovery of Chickens! Chicken Facts Chickens are the most common birds on earth! There are 19 billion chickens on earth Hens (female chickens) are kept for eggs and meat all over the world Each…

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Monkeying Around

I joke around that my kids are little monkeys. They love to climb and swing, and have tons of energy. Monkeys are one of the favorite things to see at a zoo as well. Interesting Facts about Monkeys There are over 260 species of Monkeys in the world! There are old world monkeys and new…

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No Cheating for Cheetahs

Did you love our Lions? Well, you will love our information about Cheetahs too! Cheetahs usually live about 10-12 years in the wild and are about 3.5 to 4.5 feet long. They weigh anywhere from 77 to 143 pounds. They are the worlds fastest land mammal and can go from 0 to 60 miles in…

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Bears

bears

When I started getting the information together for bears, I didn’t realize what a wealth of information I would find. Did you know there are 8 different types of bears? Me either! And if you did, kudos! And, a Koala isn’t one of them. Anyhow, you will find TONS of resources for this weeks theme.…

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Muscles!

learning about muscles

Do you want to work your muscles or learn about them? Check out all these great ways for kids to learn about how their bodies work and how great their bodies work! Videos The Magic School Bus Flexes it’s Muscles-Full Video Ways to Use Your Muscles Here is a great website that talks about muscles,…

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Flipping for Frogs!

Do you like frogs? We love frogs! But what is the difference between a frog and a toad? Would you kiss a frog or a toad? Or a tadpole? Check out all of our fun activities for Frogs! Life of a Froghttp://www.llojibwe.org/drm/kidsPages/frogJokes.pdf Life Cycle of a frog-Workskeet. Cut and paste different pieces. Great for little…

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This is For The Birds!

This is for the birds

Every week, I’ll be sharing what fun things our kids will be learning out so you can learn along with us. I know it can be hard to come up with a plan for learning, so I hope that this will help you and your kiddos have fun and maybe the parents will learn something…

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10 Fun Things to Do at Home with Kids

10 Fun Things to Do At Home with Kids

The Coronavirus (or Covid19) has really changed our lifestyle from going and exploring new places to making us stay inside or be wandering our neighborhood. With that in mind, we know many other families are also struggling with ways to keep their kids having fun at home. Make sure you check out our 10 Ways…

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10 Fun Science Experiments at Home

10 fun science experiments

We love doing science experiments in our home. And, the best thing about these science experiments is that you can also modify them and see what happens! Check out what you do to make them work and how things change. Dancing Milk-From the Arizona Science Center One (1) Dish Soap Bottle At Least Two (2)…

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Successfully Schooling

Successful Schooling

Whether you are homeschooling your children, putting them in preschool for the first time, or sending them off to college, I believe these tips are vitally important to kids! Not only are they great for kids, but they are also great for adults too. Getting through a day at school (or work) in can be…

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Are you thinking about Homeschooling in Arizona?

thinking about homeschooling

School work, kids schedules, work schedules, large class sizes and personalized education are just some of the reasons that people are thinking about homeschooling in Arizona. If you have contemplated it and are wondering more about it, I’m here to help! Some basics of homeschooling in Arizona There are online schools that are actually public…

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