Get out your LEGOs and join Sarah on Facebook, Wednesday the 11th at 4p as she creates boats with LEGOs to see how many… Posted by Greensboro Children's Museum on Tuesday,…
Head outside and pick flowers! Spend some time identifying the various parts of a plant for a quick outdoor lesson.
Summer squash is not a vegetable that any one in my family particularly enjoys. But as home gardeners, squash is so rewarding – the huge plants with giant leaves, the…
In The Edible Schoolyard Garden and Cooking School, we inspire kids of all ages (including adults) to eat more veggies! With this recipe, you can employ three key strategies we use regularly to encourage kids to try and enjoy more seasonal produce!
Crayon recycling is a fun project for ages 4 and older to help reuse all the mixed crayon nubs you might have laying around.
Use this checklist to see how many flowers you can find in bloom on your next family hike.
Kababs are a great kid-friendly meal because little ones can be part of making it! With this grilled vegetable kabab, you can get the kids involved by letting them assemble the veggies on a stick.
Adding math to your preschooler’s already busy schedule doesn’t have to feel overwhelming. Here are ideas to incorporate math into your daily routine.
With such a dramatic change in your families’ daily routines since the ‘stay at home’ order was issued, families are seeking creative ways to fill their days. For no cost, you and your kids can go hiking and maintain social distancing.
You know spring is here when wild purple violets begin to fill yards. Learn how to make wild violet jelly at home.