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North Hills Kids in the Park Pt. VI
Now, more than ever, it is important to keep our children engaged and stimulated as we all work through this period of uncertainty. North Hills Kids, presented by Wells Orthodontics, is here to help! We will be picking up the weekly blog posts again following the originally planned theme. When we all work to #stayhome, we can move closer toward gathering outside together very soon!
This week is our STEM theme!
North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
Go inside the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences with just one click! Visit the museum and learn about different fossils and artifacts with this 3D tour.
The Museum of Natural Sciences also offers “Science at Home” with videos, activities, and other resources
Science Fun’s Kid Zone is perfect for at-home science experiments for your children!
Live track sharks, whales, turtles, and more with OCEARCH!
Technology can help children learn and understand so much about how things work in our world today. Children can learn to problem solve and be creative with technology projects, most of which involve materials that we use everyday! Your child can make their own coin battery by following these easy steps (with supervision)!
Make your own Thaumatrope in 5 steps by clicking HERE!
PBS Kids has a great site full of apps that your child can download and use daily. Check out this Engineering App on their website that features 8 educational games to help your child learn more about the world of engineering!
Also on PBS Kids, follow this link to help your child build their own bridge out of household items!
Education.com offers a wide range of math worksheets that are easy to download and print. They offer a wide range of resources from Preschool up to 5th grade, including options to have private tutoring!
Math Game Time makes learning fun! This site offers plenty of games to improve math skills, from Pre-K up to 7th grade. You can also break it down by subject matter!
Printable Worksheets for Grades 1st-6th
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