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  • Valentine’s Day Activities for Kids

    February 15, 2018 admin
    Valentine’s Day Activities for Kids
    Valentine Day Activities for Kids! Valentine's Day, also called Saint Valentine's Day or the Feast of Saint Valentine,[1] is celebrated annually on February 14. Originating as a Western Christian feast day honoring one or two early saints named Valentinus, Valentine's Day is recognized as a significant cultural, religious, and commercial celebration of romance and romantic love in many regions around the world, although it is not a public holiday in any country. worksheet_4 VD worksheet_3 VD worksheet_2 VD Have Fun! Ms. Beth Read More...
  • President’s Day 2018

    February 14, 2018 admin
    President’s Day 2018
    President's Day President's Day honors and celebrates the life and achievements of George Washington, the first President of the United States (1789-1797) and 'The Father of his Country'. The day is, in practice, often used to honor and remember all past US presidents, and in particular Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson. President's Day was created in 1879, first celebrated the following year. It was originally held on Washington's actual birthday (February 22). In 1971 this was changed to the third Monday of February. It was the first federal holiday to be created in honor of an American citizen. Read More...
  • The Lonely Lobster Story Book for Kids With Worksheets

    February 14, 2018 admin
    The Lonely Lobster Story Book for Kids With Worksheets
    The Lonely Lobster Story Book for Kids With Worksheets The story of the Lonely Lobster is the heartwarming tale of an unlikely friendship between two crustaceans: a lobster and a crab. The two are thrust together during a storm and became the best of friends despite the fact that lobsters like to dine on crabs. This surprising bond between predator and prey will leave you wondering, “Why can’t we all just get along?” Lonely Lobster Video: Worksheets: Word Search: Lobster Facts: Lonely Lobster Counting: Crab Facts: The Lonely Lobster Tracing Practice: Name: _____ The Lonely Lobster Directions: Trace each word below. The Adventures of Scuba Jack Tracing Practice Have Fun! Ms. Beth Read More...
  • Valentine’s Day Fun!

    February 1, 2018 admin
    Valentine’s Day Fun!
    Valentine's Day Activity Workbook The word comes from the name of St. Valentine of Rome, priest and martyr, who is the patron saint of lovers. The holiday "Valentine's Day" (St. Valentine's Day) is celebrated annually on February 14Have Fun! Download Valentine Activity Book Here: Happy Valentine's Day! Ms. Beth Read More...
  • Lego Activity Book

    February 1, 2018 admin
    Lego Activity Book
    Hello, Everyone loves Lego's. Children love building-- they love creating buildings and skyscrapers. Making bridges and houses. They learn colors and the importance of sharing. The possibilities are endless. Here are some wonderful hands on fun from the Adventures of Scuba Jack! Enjoy!! Ms. Beth Read More...
  • Little Fish Swim With Me.

    January 30, 2018 admin
    Little Fish Swim With Me.
    Little Fish Swim With Me is a delightful story about the sea creatures that are encountered when you live upon the ocean floor. Our Story has a fun video that reads the story and also some worksheets that help ensure comprehension. In this way learning is cemented to the brain enabling retention. Download the Little Fish Booklet Here:   [video width="1280" height="720" mp4=""][/video] Enjoy Ms. Beth Read More...
  • Letter Y Activity Workbook Download

    January 26, 2018 admin
    Letter Y Activity Workbook Download
    The Letter Y Activity Workbook Download The Letter Y is the second to last letter of the Alphabet. I have created an FREE Activity Workbook Download that encompasses all the elements of a good lesson plan or your child can do these activities in the comfort of their own home. Our Activity Book includes: Fine Motor Skills Math Pre-Reading Crafts Writing And much more Enjoy! Beth :) Read More...
  • Letter Z Activity Book Download

    January 26, 2018 admin
    Letter Z Activity Book Download
    The Letter Z Activity Book Download! Are you looking for letter Z activities to use with your preschooler or kindergartner? I have created a Letter Z Activity Book Download for both parents and teachers. Pick and choose what works for you and your child. Whether you’re doing Letter of the Week or simply giving more focus to a particular letter, you’ll find lots of ideas for hands-on learning! Learning Letter Z Crafts Book List Fine Motor Math Printables Z Book (2) Have Fun! Ms. Beth Read More...
  • Free Letter X Activity Book Download

    January 26, 2018 admin
    Free Letter X Activity Book Download
    The Letter X Activity Book Download The Letter X is one of the last letters of the Alphabet. It's true sound is the Ks sound as in Fox and Box. It's fairly obvious that there isn't many crafts that begin with the Letter X. Here we have created an activity booklet for our class to engage and excite! Download FREE Activity Book Here! X-Book-with-cover Enjoy, Ms. Beth Read More...
  • Watch Scuba Jack’s Coastline Critters Via Youtube That Teaches About the Beach.

    January 26, 2018 admin
    Watch Scuba Jack’s Coastline Critters Via Youtube That Teaches About the Beach.
    New England is home to a wide variety beach area marine life. Some of the most common animals found on New England beaches are horseshoe crabs, skates (stingrays), jellyfish and harbor seals. Some migrate each year. For example, the skate, horseshoe crab and jellyfish are all summer residents and leave by early fall. Harbor seals, live in here all year long. Saltwater gamefish such as bluefish and striped bass come to North Atlantic shorelines during warmer weather. Walking on any of New England's pristine beaches, you can encounter piping plovers, terns, gulls, eiders and cormorants. The most popular visitors are just offshore: pilot, finback, humpback & Minke Whales. New England waters are home to several species of elasmobranchs – or sharks, rays, and skates. Among the sharks most commonly seen in New England waters are spiny dogfish and blue sharks. Other less frequently encountered sharks are the Porbeagle, Mako and basking sharks. And, although there are several types of rays... Read More...
  • Teaching Math Through Bird Watching

    January 25, 2018 admin
    Teaching Math Through Bird Watching
    Teaching Math Through Bird Watching We love to watch birds at the feeder in our backyard during the winter months! Bird watching is an excellent activity to inspire a love of wildlife in your children or students, provides a calming, quiet activity on busy days, and is engaging for even the youngest learners. Preschoolers love to spot birds, and enjoy learning the different types. If you set up your bird feeding station near a window, kids can observe during any weather and throughout the day. A bird-themed center or discovery table near the window allows you to share books about birds, set out kid-friendly binoculars and chart paper to keep track of what birds are spotted. Setting Up a Bird Feeder Setting up a bird feeder is easy, and there are many different options for doing so. Think about where you will put the feeder, what your goals are for your students and what will work best for your location.... Read More...
  • Ocean Activity Workbook for Kids

    January 24, 2018 admin
    Ocean Activity Workbook for Kids
    Ocean Activity Workbook for Kids Ocean Activity Workbook for Kids Dive into Fun Activities with our engaging Ocean Activity Workbook for Kids. Over 30 pages of fun activities to teach about the oceans and the creatures that live within. We have also included: Math Reading Writing Tracing Cutting and some ocean crafts. The fun activities are sure to please and offer hours of learning. Have Fun! Beth Read More...
  • Teaching Vowels in Pre-K

    January 23, 2018 admin
    Teaching Vowels in Pre-K
    Teaching Vowels in Pre-K Fill in the missing vowel (1) Students will enter kindergarten with assorted reading abilities. Some will have developed strong, foundational skill sets in preschool or at home; some might have trouble recognizing the difference between long and short vowel sounds, and others might have difficulty even reading the alphabet. Teaching your children about vowel sounds hinges upon helping each of them to recognize common letter patterns and then to understand how those letter patterns relate to specific sounds. Fill in the missing vowel (1) Vowel Sounds (1) Short Vowel Review (1) short vowel - letter o (1) Vowel Cards - including Y (1) Have Fun! Ms. Beth Read More...
  • Mitten Counting Fun

    January 21, 2018 admin
    Mitten Counting Fun
    Mitten Counting Fun We have another fun Winter craft for kids. This mitten craft has the number 5 on the worksheet. Students must use tongs to place 5 cotton balls on each mitten. This is a great way to strengthen fine motor skills and to strengthen number recognition as well as counting skills. What you will need: 10 Cotton Balls Tongs Very easy, very fun craft to practice at home or in a classroom. Have Fun! Ms. Beth Read More...
  • Snowman Letter Matching Activity Worksheet

    January 17, 2018 admin
    Snowman Letter Matching Activity Worksheet
    Snowman Alphabet Matching Worksheet Alphabetic Recognition Alphabetic recognition is sometimes called letter recognition or letter identification, but all three terms have the same meaning. They refer to the ability to visually recognize letters of the alphabet. This includes the ability to name each letter and match that letter name with its written form, both upper and lower case, and in both manuscript and cursive. Alphabet recognition also includes the ability to distinguish between similar looking letters, like C/G, M/W, d/b and p/q. Letter recognition is important because it enables beginning readers to figure out how printed text is associated with the spoken language. Having a mastery of letter names can make learning letter sounds easier for young readers. The sounds of many letter names are closely related to the sound the letter sounds. For example, say “d” and you will hear the /d/ sound. Say “m” and you will hear the /m/ sound. Many letters of the alphabet follow this,... Read More...
  • Snowman Color Fun!

    January 16, 2018 admin
    Snowman Color Fun!
    Snowman Color Fun It's that time of the year where the cold winds blow and winter is in full swing. Kids love playing in the snow and they love when school is cancelled due to inclement weather. We can all agree that the number one reason kids love winter so much is because they get to make snowmen everywhere they go. One in your back yard, one in the school yard, one on the way to their friend’s place … it’s impossible to stop a child’s creativity during the snowy season! The downside of winter are, of course, the short days, and too cold to go outside. The weather outside may be frightful, but we’ve come up with some fun activities to do during a cold winters day. The Adventures of Scuba Jack has lots of fun activities for kids. Just download our crafts directly from our website for hours of fun participating in engaging, wintery activities. Snowman Color Matching... Read More...
  • A-Z Dauber Worksheets that are a BLAST!

    January 16, 2018 admin
    A-Z Dauber Worksheets that are a BLAST!
    A-Z Dauber Worksheets Do your students love daubers? Mine do! Want to give them a craft that is engaging and fun! Here is A-Z Dauber Worksheets for Kids. Letter A Dauber Worksheet  A Letter B Dauber Worksheet Letter C Dauber Worksheet Letter D Dauber Worksheet You can visit our website for more dauber worksheets Best, Ms. Beth Read More...
  • Hair Raising Preschool Science

    December 26, 2017 admin
    Hair Raising Preschool Science
    Hair-Raising Preschool Science! Zap! Winter can be a shocking time as we shuffle through our dry, heated homes in our stocking feet or slippers, across the carpeted floor. Or maybe you notice more often as you slide out of the car in your puffy down coat, and then touch the door...zap! Why do we get these little shocks? Why does your hair stand up when you pull a sweater over your head? These might be questions your young child has this time of year. Turns out, the science behind these little zaps can actually be fun and less shocking, if you have the right supplies. Here is an easy science investigation to try in your classroom or at home. Static Electricity Investigation! A great time to try this investigation is just after the holidays, or after a birthday party, as you'll have most of the materials on hand. Materials: • balloons • a few of the following: tissue paper, newspaper,... Read More...
  • Sink or Float Science Experiment

    December 10, 2017 admin
    Sink or Float Science Experiment
    Sink and Float: Science That Leaves Them Begging for More! Printable Worksheet: sink_float_printable_Nov17 (1) As an early childhood educator, it is always a good idea to have some engaging lessons for when the weather is too chilly or inclement to head outdoors. Exploring the idea of sinking and floating is super fun and sets a firm foundation for many science concepts that will be important as children grow older. Background: Sinking and Floating Science Learning what sinks and floats in water builds a strong foundation in science concepts such as: density, buoyancy and properties of matter. Although you may not use these terms with young students, their experiences exploring sinking and floating will help scaffold future learning. Feeling shaky on your science? Although it would not be age-appropriate to present this information to Preschool or Kindergarten aged students, here is some science background to help you understand the science concepts. An object will sink or float in water based on... Read More...
  • The Benefits of Homeschooling With The Adventures of Scuba Jack

    November 26, 2017 admin
    The Benefits of Homeschooling With The Adventures of Scuba Jack
    The Benefits of Homeschooling with The Adventures of Scuba Jack Many parents of young children are considering homeschooling today. While making the choice to homeschool can be overwhelming, parents considering this path should know they are not alone. In 2011, there were over 2 million American homeschooled students, with that number increasing about 2%-8% each year since. Homeschooling families are diverse in their ethnic backgrounds, political affiliations, income levels, education levels, and reasons for homeschooling. These reasons can include, but are not limited to: • Being able to individualize the curriculum for each child, • Having the opportunity to enhance family relationships, • Being able to take the classroom “on the road,” not being held captive to a specific location, and • Having options to use teaching methods that are not typical in institutional schools Further, many families choose to homeschool to foster their child’s academic success. Statistics show that homeschooled students score above average on achievement and college admissions... Read More...
  • It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year, Said No Teacher Ever

    November 15, 2017 admin
    It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year, Said No Teacher Ever
    It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year Everyone has heard the catchy Christmas song by Andy Williams, but it’s also the most wonderful time of the year for students across the globe. The holiday season is officially upon us. And with it brings a combination of headaches and joy for all the teachers as well. Trying to contain all the kids’ excitement and actually have them focus on learning a bit is a difficult task. Listed below are a few days that are more challenging than others around this time of year. The Day Before Thanksgiving Thanksgiving is a day to give thanks for all that we have in our lives. The day before Thanksgiving is a day that teachers somehow just have to survive. One after another, students show up at your desk informing you on what they have planned for the next day. Did you ask for them to tell you about their itinerary for Thanksgiving? Probably... Read More...
  • Introducing Solid Foods To A Child’s Diet-Stress Free Baby Food

    November 14, 2017 admin
    Introducing Solid Foods To A Child’s Diet-Stress Free Baby Food
    Stress-Free Baby Food-Introducing Solid Foods To A Child's Diet I have written before about some common parenting stressors (namely sleep and potty training) that, in most cases, tend to work themselves out with little to no parental intervention. Let’s go ahead and add baby food to that list! You can’t get much more basic than eating, pooping and sleeping, and kids are typically going to master all of these skills eventually regardless of what we do (or do not do) to encourage them. I will discuss how to introduce solid foods to a child's diet and how it can be stress free. Now that my youngest daughter is approaching the 6-month mark (say it ain’t so!), I have been starting to think about how I would like to approach her introduction to solid foods. With both girls, I have thankfully had access to the resources, information, support, and anatomy necessary to make breastfeeding successful. Because the nutritional content of breastmilk... Read More...
  • Happy Thanksgiving from the Adventures of Scuba Jack

    November 7, 2017 admin
    Happy Thanksgiving from the Adventures of Scuba Jack
    Happy Thanksgiving from The Adventures of Scuba Jack Thanksgiving Day is traditionally a day for families and friends to get together for a special meal. The meal often includes a turkey, stuffing, potatoes, cranberry sauce, gravy, pumpkin pie, and vegetables. Thanksgiving Day is a time for many people to give thanks for what they have.  Also, it's a day that's set as a reminder for us to be grateful. Thanksgiving is a special holiday: a whole day focused on spending time with loved ones and being thankful, without much of the commercialism that has crept into many other holidays. But before you pull up to the table to enjoy your delicious Thanksgiving feast, consider the opportunities this day presents to teach children about the important values of Thanksgiving, such as thankfulness, gratitude, and family. Here is a fun Roll the Dice game to play with your kids: Best, Ms. Beth     Read More...
  • Halloween Treats That Are Fun to Eat

    October 22, 2017 admin
    Halloween Treats That Are Fun to Eat
    Halloween Treats That Are Fun to Eat Halloween is a fun time of the year for parties and gatherings. It is a time of year for costumes and trick or treating. I just came back from a day in Salem, Massachusetts and my son and I had an amazing time. We walked around and learned some history, ate some great Mexican food and enjoyed a candlelit tour. The decorations were amazing and ghouls were lurking on every street corner if you dared to take a picture with one. We were walking down a street passed the old cemetery and saw some fun Haunted Houses to send a shiver down your spine. My 12 year old son opted out of these frightening experiences. Halloween is in full-swing, and while kids love to dress in costumes and cause mischief, parents dread the thought of all the leftover candy and the tremendous amount of calories that accompany the day. But Halloween is actually... Read More...
  • Cloth Diapering Made Easy

    October 22, 2017 admin
    Cloth Diapering Made Easy
    Cloth Diapering Made Easy If you’ve ever thought about trying cloth diapers, my advice is to DO IT! We’re on our second kid in cloth diapers, and I still love them as much as I did the first time around. Why? - Cloth diapers are cheaper than disposable diapers. - Cloth diapers produce less waste and are better for the environment. - Cloth diapers give you the peace of mind of knowing exactly what you have resting 24/7 against your baby’s most sensitive parts. Now, if you start trying to shop for cloth diapers online, you will likely fall down a rabbit hole of adorable $25+ all-in-one diapers with the most beautiful prints you have ever seen. These diapers are the most like disposable diapers in shape and function, and they require very little guesswork since the waterproof cover is attached to the absorbent diaper. These make good diapers for a babysitter or daycare, but for everyday use … RESIST... Read More...
  • St. Patrick’s Day Worksheets for Kids!

    March 14, 2017 admin
    St. Patrick’s Day Worksheets for Kids!
    Saint Patrick's Day is celebrated each year on March 17th. In Ireland, Saint Patrick's Day is both a holy day and a national holiday. Saint Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland as he was the one who brought Christianity to the Irish. According to legend, Saint Patrick used a shamrock to explain about God. The shamrock, which looks like clover, has three leaves on each stem. Saint Patrick told the people that the shamrock was like the idea of the Trinity, that in the one God there are three divine beings: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. The shamrock was sacred to the Druids, so Saint Patrick's use of it in explaining the trinity was very wise. Although it began in Ireland, Saint Patrick's Day is celebrated in countries around the world. People with Irish heritage remind themselves of the beautiful green countryside of Ireland by wearing green and taking part in the festivities. Some of it’s traditions are: Parades - Parades are oftenly... Read More...
  • FREE Letter”T” Activity Workbook Download

    March 12, 2017 admin
    FREE Letter”T” Activity Workbook Download
    [cherry_row] [cherry_col size_md="12"] Are you looking for letter T activities to use with your preschooler or kindergartner? Maybe you’re a classroom teacher browsing for more ideas. We offer you the Letter "T" Activity Workbook for your kids. Learning the alphabet is one milestone that we tend to mark as an indication of a child's successful entry into the world of reading. A child who can name all the letters in the alphabet by the end of kindergarten will be equipped with an important foundational stepping stone toward recognizing sounds and printed words. It is important, however, to understand that at this age learning the letters is just one of many prereading skills that are important for your child to acquire. FREE Letter "T" Activity Workbook helps in teaching the crucial alphabetic principle to the growing minds. All of it’s pages consist of pictures and words representing the featured alphabet. Use this activity book to make the children familiar with the... Read More...

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