May 25, 2020

Please consider the age and ability of your child before starting this experiment.

Adult supervision maybe required. 

Can you build a marshmallow tower that will support weight? 

Children are naturally curious and creative.  This fun science experiment is something child...

May 21, 2020

Every day if you look through the window you can see lots of birds flying around the yard. They are looking for some kinds of food. One day, my daughter had homework to make a bird feeder. She was so excited to make one and help the birds to find food.

Materials you wil...

May 6, 2020

Lego has many uses and sparks creativity in each child who uses it.  Children will be able to compare and contrast items by using the measuring sticks they have made with Lego or any interlocking building blocks.  This activity with give the child practicing in countin...

April 20, 2020

Here is a fun and creative activity to do that gets children to use their critical thinking skills and fine motor skills.  The end result is a game that they can play with and challenge their parents or siblings with.  I think the Bison Room children will, especially,...

April 13, 2020

This activity is super easy, but a bit time consuming. It is good for storing and organizing the craft supplies and desk accessories.

Materials: any boxes that you have on hand (cardboard boxes, wooden boxes), scissors/utility knife, glue, paper (wrapping paper) or pain...

April 9, 2020

If you have a spaceship-loving kid, please save your delivery boxes! 


Large cardboard box

Packing tape or duct tape


Box cutter

Tape measure

Permanent marker


Toy tools

And your imagination…

Turn it into a Rocket Ship or any other vehicle your child is...

April 2, 2020

Children love to play with building blocks. They love to build structure from them. Blocks are an important part in any child care room. They love to use blocks for their pretend dirt, house, etc.

So here is a simple way of making your children’s personalized building b...

March 29, 2020

A fun activity kids can do at home is building a fort.  This is an activity which can be enjoyed by all ages. It encourages children to use their imagination and allows them to create a place they can escape to, where they can play or relax that belongs to them. This w...

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