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This fun multiplication art project comes from Looking From Third to Fourth! Kids construct a city of arrays! Check out her site for details and a printable.

Array City This fun multiplication art project comes from Looking From Third to Fourth ! Kids construct a city of arrays!

still parenting: MAKING WINDOW ART WITH GLUE AND FOOD COLORING

MAKING WINDOW ART / DIY Sun Catcher with Glue, food coloring. I did this with my nursing home group and everyone is over They enjoyed making them and it brightened up their room when we hung them.

Easy drawing project for kids or for you if you want to make your own easy coloring page. This is fun stuff.

Easy drawing project for kids or for you if you want to make your own easy coloring page. This is fun stuff. -- Could tie into math w/parallel lines / angles.

STEM Challenge for Kids: Create a pinball like marble maze game using paper plates and other basic craft materials. Fun design and building challenge! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

STEM Challenge for Kids: Create a pinball like marble maze game using paper plates and other basic craft materials. Fun design and building challenge! ~ Added idea- roll marbles in paint and then place in maze.

Learn how to make a kaleidoscope in this fun STEM/science activity for kids. It's such a fun way to explore light, reflections, and symmetry! (Meets NGSS) ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

Pin Learn how to make a kaleidoscope in this fun STEM/science activity for kids to explore light, reflections, and symmetry! Meets Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS): Grade Light and Sound PS 4 and PS Grade PS

Human Body: Muscles - pull the string to make the fingers flex

Making a mechanical hand - help kids learn about some of the bones in the hand and how it works!

Coin Riddles: What's in Your Wallet? Activity  In this activity, bolster your child's coin-counting and logical thinking skills by solving some coin riddles! This activity is very easy to prepare and can be used repeatedly.

Coin Riddles: What's in Your Wallet? Activity In this activity, bolster your child's coin-counting and logical thinking skills by solving some coin riddles! This activity is very easy to prepare and can be used repeatedly.