This week is National Teacher Appreciation Week, and we're feeling especially grateful for the amazing and dedicated teachers in our kids' lives. We created this free activity sheet from the Wee Workshop to help kids express their own gratitude to a favorite teacher. Download it here.
We believe it's never too early to introduce kids to poetry. And Poem in Your Pocket Day, on April 24, is a perfect time to start. You can encourage your kid to pick a favorite poem – or better yet, write their own – carry it with them, and share it with others throughout the day.
To get you started, download this activity sheet from the Wee Workshop, and help your kids create a pocket-sized, crazy, silly, sad or happy Haiku.
We'll also be checking out quirky classics from Shel Silverstein, like "One Sister For Sale!" and "Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout" (who refused to take the garbage out). Children's Poet Laureate Ken Nesbitt has lots of other poetry recommendations and fun for kids.
In celebration of Earth Day, create an awesome habitat for our friend Sidney the Squirrel. Download and print this activity sheet from the Wee Workshop to get started.
Celebrate your pet and download this free activity sheet from the Wee Workshop.
In celebration of our feathered friends, download this free activity sheet from the Wee Workshop.
Download this free activity sheet from the Wee Workshop and draw what you see in the rain.
Download this free activity sheet from the Wee Workshop and show the world how your garden grows.
Just in time for spring, download this free activity sheet from the Wee Workshop and imagine what might live in this bird's nest.