Organizing Stuff Activities

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Consumption to Consumerism
Consumption to Consumerism
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Consumption to Consumerism
Understanding how to make positive choices about where to put our money and time is a valuable lesson us all! Children strengthen their responsible decision-making skills by learning about consumerism and its effects on society and the environment.
4th grade
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Make a Bracelet Holder
Make a Bracelet Holder
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Make a Bracelet Holder
Help your child organize her jewelry or hair bands with this pretty holder made from recycled materials. The finished holder also makes a great gift!
2nd grade
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Superhero Research Project
Superhero Research Project
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Superhero Research Project
In this activity, your students will research a favorite superhero and discuss which of their powers are real and not real. Your students will be able to complete a simple research chart and graphic organizer.
4th grade
Reading & Writing
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So Silly!: Make Your Own Putty
So Silly!: Make Your Own Putty
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So Silly!: Make Your Own Putty
The perfect activity for a rainy day, or any time your little one moans, "Moooo-oom, there's nothing to do!"
1st grade
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Mini Scarecrow
Mini Scarecrow
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Mini Scarecrow
A scarecrow Halloween craft featuring recycled materials.
1st grade
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Catnip Mice
Catnip Mice
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Catnip Mice
Your fourth grader will improve her hand-eye coordination making catnip mice, and you'll finally have a use for all those mate-less socks in the laundry room!
4th grade
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Create Your Own Roly Costume
Create Your Own Roly Costume
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Create Your Own Roly Costume
Does your child love Roly, the orange cat from our Brainzy games? Create the perfect dress-up costume and bring your child’s dreams to life!
Kindergarten
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Hang an Appalachian Holiday Wreath!
Hang an Appalachian Holiday Wreath!
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Hang an Appalachian Holiday Wreath!
Help the environment this Christmas by using fabric remnants to make this beautiful braided wreath!
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100-Day Calendar
100-Day Calendar
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100-Day Calendar
Ask your middle schooler to figure out what the next 100 days hold in store for him; he'll keep track of daily, weekly, and monthly commitments.
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Make Your Own Building Blocks
Make Your Own Building Blocks
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Make Your Own Building Blocks
Invite your kindergartener or first grader to make giant, soft building blocks. He'll have a blast constructing, throwing, stacking, and even falling on them!
Kindergarten
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Make Back to School Business Cards!
Make Back to School Business Cards!
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Make Back to School Business Cards!
Looking for a unique arts and crafts activity that gives some writing practice? Help your child make her own back-to-school business cards!
2nd grade
Reading & Writing
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Group It!: A Skip Counting Activity
Group It!: A Skip Counting Activity
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Group It!: A Skip Counting Activity
This hands-on activity practices skip counting, a key first grade math skill. But it's silly fun!
1st grade
Math
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Make a Family Telephone Directory
Make a Family Telephone Directory
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Make a Family Telephone Directory
What better way to encourage family bonding and communication than to make a family directory to help everyone keep in touch?
5th grade
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Felt Play Food: Ravioli
Felt Play Food: Ravioli
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Felt Play Food: Ravioli
If your child is hungry to work on his sewing skills, put together a plate of this felt play food ravioli.
3rd grade
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Lavender Pillow
Lavender Pillow
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Lavender Pillow
Create a scented surprise for mom on Mother's Day! Make a pillowcase potpourri filled with dried lavender.
5th grade
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How to Make a Paper Reindeer
How to Make a Paper Reindeer
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How to Make a Paper Reindeer
Let your child celebrate the season with this recycled craft that turns paper tubes into sweet reindeer ready to be filled with holiday goodies.
Preschool
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Vacation Memory Book
Vacation Memory Book
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Vacation Memory Book
Writing a book about a favorite trip can be fun, rewarding and a great way to practice organizational, thinking, and communication skills.
3rd grade
Reading & Writing
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Space Saver: Create a Notebook Holder
Space Saver: Create a Notebook Holder
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Space Saver: Create a Notebook Holder
Here's an activity that has your teenager or child upcycling empty cereal boxes to create a handy, one-of-a-kind notebook holder to keep her space organized.
5th grade
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Pitch and Hit Data
Pitch and Hit Data
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Pitch and Hit Data
Okay, engaging in a graphing activity may sound ho-hum, but if you use fun data, it changes the picture entirely.
3rd grade
Math
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Make Your Own Stress Ball
Make Your Own Stress Ball
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Make Your Own Stress Ball
Your child can help eliminate stress for himself or a loved one by creating a colorful, homemade stress ball.
Kindergarten
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Mock Debate
Mock Debate
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Mock Debate
Get your child excited for the seemingly stuffier side of these chilly months with a mock debate.
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Make Meringue Science!
Make Meringue Science!
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Make Meringue Science!
Make meringues with your first grader and see how states of matter can transform before your very eyes. Here's how:
1st grade
Science
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Felt Egg
Felt Egg
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Felt Egg
each some early sewing skills with this cute felt egg project that can be reused as a silly gift, a toy for younger siblings, or a doll accessory.
3rd grade
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Grow Bean Sprouts Without Soil
Grow Bean Sprouts Without Soil
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Grow Bean Sprouts Without Soil
Kids conduct a simple science experiment to see if seeds can grow without soil in this simple kindergarten science activity.
Kindergarten
Science
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Egg Carton Spiders
Egg Carton Spiders
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Egg Carton Spiders
Get into the Halloween spirit by creating creepy (but cute) spiders from paper egg cartons, paint, and pipe cleaners.
Preschool
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Organizing Stuff Activities

Test-taking is tough. However, if you're prepared the whole process can be a lot less stressful. Our study skills activities are a great way to help your kid get ready for his next test. Even if your kid seems to ace just about everything that comes his way, as he gets older the tests and quizzes will only get more difficult. While learning how to tackle a test to isn't exactly a walk in the park, your kid will appreciate the practice later on. It's important that he establish good study habits now that will serve him throughout his academic career and even into his adult life.