It’s time for the North Pole Olympics, with 3 holiday games that foster a sense of togetherness, laughter, shared memories (and movement!).
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Fall break is just around the corner, which is a great time in some fall-themed STEAM activities such as flying turkey and turkey catapults with the kids at home
Decorative skeletons are everywhere at Halloween, so learn how to use them to help children learn anatomy with this spooky science activity.
Create a spider lava lamp for some spooky Halloween science and explore the physical properties of liquids.
Apples are all around this time of year—grab a few and explore decay, plus create a spooky looking apple volcano with a chemical reaction!
A spooky science experiment using gummy worms, candy osmosis demonstrates a process that our cells do every day.
Writing a College Admissions Essay You’re Proud of: Tips for Writing the Perfect College Admissions Essay (From a College Essay Coach)
Looking for some back-to-school books to help your child or students prepare for the transition? We have some teacher-curated ideas.
The Community Classroom’s Great American Bake Off: A Spectacular Fusion of STEAM and Culinary Excellence
The Community Classroom’s Great American Bake Off will showcase STEAM skills developed by campers with 3 Northampton celebrity judges.
How being a counselor in training can benefit your teen, including building leadership skills and preparing for their first resume + job.
Learn how to make a math vending machine for your community or school with these five steps (and a little elbow grease).
Looking for even more math board games to make learning fun at home or in your classroom? We have a list of tutor-curated games for you.
Reading to pets helps children boost their confidence, form an emotional connection, and practice in a non-judgemental environment.
Curious about why leaves change colors in the fall? Try this simple fall science activity and explore leaf chromatography.
Do back-to-school conversations cause anxiety for your child? We’ve got some tips to help prepare and decrease any stress.
Interested in hosting a leadership camp for girls? We have the research, lesson ideas, internships, resources, and even printouts to share to help start a camp for young servant leaders in your community.
Summer tutoring not only combats learning loss and summer slide, as well as retain hard-earned skills and knowledge.
How an answer from a fourth-grade client cemented the power of the Community Classroom’s mission: “I want to actually LIKE learning.”
A leadership camp for middle school girls with a book study, leadership skill-building, and internships based on each learner’s passions.
Looking for ideas to jazz up math practice on a warm day? We have 3 ideas for outdoor math games that involve a refreshing twist: water!
Stumped by gift ideas for Teacher Appreciation Week? We have ideas for free, homemade, and low-cost gifts for the teachers in your life (plus a cool school supply cake tutorial!).
Are you ready to sign up Junior for tutoring but they are resistant to the idea? We have a few paths forward including setting goals, identifying the barriers, and developing a reward system.
Have you ever dreamed of hosting a little free math library for families in your community to check out math games? We have 10 steps to help to you plan and implement.
Looking for math activities to celebrate Pi Day and The International Day of Math? We have 3 (.14) for you to try with your kids.