Although our doors are closed we want you to continue to learn and have fun at home!
Did you join story time this morning? Click the link below for downloadable discussion questions and activities for One by Kathryn Otoshi
Make your own beautiful pieces of art at home! Spin art is a great way to introduce your little ones to physics.
Crayon Resit Art
Is it magic? Your little one may think so! Celebrate spring and incorporate this project into your home lesson.
Use recycled materials around the house to create robot friends.
Tie Dye Butterflies
Add some creativity and color to your home! These DIY tie dye butterflies and easy and fun to make over and over again.
How far can you launch? Make a catapult and add a target on the wall or in a basket to turn it into your own game.
It’s dark and stormy out today, so why not try to make a rainbow inside!
No-BAKE Air Dry Clay
WARNING! This can get messy but what’s the fun in it if your hands don’t get a little dirty. Try this air dry clay recipe at home to give as a gift or just as sentimental decor to your home.
Super Squishy Spring Time Slime
Looking for a FOOL proof slime recipe? The CMA has your back. Now your’re a slime scientist!
Engineer a bridge at home! Plan out and design your bridge then put it to the test.
Mini Volcano Experiment
Discover chemical reactions with our super simple mini volcano experiment! You may have a future chemist on your hands. Ask plenty of questions while performing this experiment
Lava Lamp Experiment
Create a bubbly concoction￼ that’s guaranteed to WOW your little scientist.
4-Layer Density Tower
Let’s make a TOWER, a density tower. Put your scientist to the test and see what they know about mass and volume.
Mother’s Day is right around the corner, here’s a creative way to decorate cards at home using recycled materials!