Stella Kelly

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10 Free Programs to Add to Your Summer Learning Plans

10 Free Programs to Add to Your Summer Learning Plans

8 Ways Your Kids Can Learn to Code for FREE

8 Ways Your Kids Can Learn to Code for FREE

Get these easy and healthy dinner recipes to make your meal prep simpler. Find out how to cook healthy meals without spending any extra time in the kitchen. #easymeals #healthyrecipes #familymeals

Get these easy and healthy dinner recipes to make your meal prep simpler. Find out how to cook healthy meals without spending any extra time in the kitchen. #easymeals #healthyrecipes #familymeals

Rocks Mini Unit Study Resources Homeschool - plus relaxed notebooking page!

Rocks Mini Unit Study Resources Homeschool - plus relaxed notebooking page!

Free Homeschool Math Curriculum

You don’t need expensive curriculum to teach math. You can spend LOTS of money before you figure out what works for you. These resources are full math programs, not supplements.

Thermal Powered Flower DIY. Have you ever seen hot air rise? In this project, explore the physics behind thermal air currents (hot air rising) by harnessing them to power your own spinning flower! Note that this project uses fire and paper, and should only be attempted with adult supervision. Happy spinning! Mother's Day. gifts. card. science. experiment. paper. colored paper. straw. easy. boredom buster. kids. candle. fire. outdoors. flowers. fake flower.

Have you ever seen hot air rise? In this project, explore the physics behind thermal air currents (hot air rising) by harnessing them to power your own spinning flower! Note that this project uses fire and paper, and should onl

Think chemical energy is dull? Think again with this cool project that lets you turn a potato into a battery. The project is perfect for ages five and up, although younger children will need adult supervision and help to work with the nails and wires. | How to Make a Potato Battery from #LoveToKnow

Think chemical energy is dull? Think again with this cool project that lets you turn a potato into a battery. The project is perfect for ages five and up, although younger children will need adult supervision and help to work with the nails and wires.