Posts Tagged: Sanity Savers

Sanity Saver: Mancala Craft

In this lesson we will learning and creating the game of Mancala. Mancala was created in Africa around 1300 years ago!

Sanity Savers, STEM Edition: Snow Volcano

Today we are going to be looking at an explosive subject, volcanos! A volcano is a type of landform (sometimes a mountain) where molten rock erupts through the surface of the Earth. One of the most active volcanoes in the United States is Kīlauea in Hawaii. Kīlauea last erupted on December 20th, 2020. Now let’s create our own volcanos outside in the snow!!

Sanity Savers, STEM Edition: Pom Pom Launcher

Today we are going to be looking at physics. Physics is a branch of science that focuses on matter which is anything that takes up space such as air, rocks, and even candy and forces such as push and pull. A person who studies physics is called a physicist. We are going to act as physicist and build a pom-pom launcher.

Sanity Saver: S.M.A.R.T. Goals

This lesson gives your child the opportunity to create a Buddhist bell, also called a bonshō. A bonshō’s ring is supposed to offer a fresh start for the New Year.

Countdown to First Night Sanity Saver: Ōmisoka

This lesson gives your child the opportunity to create a Buddhist bell, also called a bonshō. A bonshō’s ring is supposed to offer a fresh start for the New Year.

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