The mission today is to build a space shuttle using your brains and LEGO, cardboard, soda bottles, and other household materials!
Beryl Reichenberg, a local children’s book author and illustrator, will show kids how to make a cute heart fish book.
Can you touch your toes or do five sit ups? See how you measure up when we do the Presidential Fitness Challenge!
This week for Brain Builders, you’ll learn to think like an architect while building bridges and other structures with K’nex!
Toothpick maps are a fun and easy way to teach kids about geography and our nation’s presidents.
Little ones will learn counting, adding, subtracting and more with Presidential coins.
Catherine Stier’s “If I Were President” gives kids an inside view of life at the White House and the day-to-day responsibilities and perks of being Commander in Chief.
What can you make with pennies? Jewelry, cards, art—the possibilities are endless!
Spin toys are about more than just having fun. They’re also great for learning the basics of physics and making!
This week we’ll learn how important it is to floss and brush your teeth, especially after eating lots of Valentine’s Day candy.