Posts Categorized: Sanity Savers

Sanity Savers: Who Lives in my Home?

Did you know that newborns and children under 5 are the most underrepresented populations in the census? Accurately counting every member of your household help influence billions of dollars in federal funding that goes to schools, hospitals and other critical community resources.

Sanity Savers: Shaving Cream Sight Words

Practicing sight words and spelling words doesn’t have to be a routine task just to check off your homeschooling to-do list. Here’s a fun and creative way to make it fresh and fun!

Sanity Savers: Paper Strip Art

Creating unique cards & paper art can ignite your child’s imagination! Have fun creating your paper art and then send it off to relatives and friends to brighten everyone’s day!

Sanity Savers: Play Writing

This activity, inspired by the famous play King Lear by William Shakespeare, is perfect for your upper elementary students to get creative and have fun while building up their literacy skills!

Sanity Savers: Sensory Tables

Sensory play is essential to early childhood learning. This type of play engages the different senses of your child, developing their ability to intake and process different sensory stimulation. When your child is playing in a sensory table, they are also developing new language and practicing fine motor skills.