The end of the school year is in sight, which means the projects are piling up. Why is the end of the school year always a scramble? If your kids are faced with a school project – or two or three, check out these handy school project tutorials. From social studies to science, one of these tutorials might be just what
you your kids are looking for. (And add one or two to the summer bucket list and sneak in a little summer learning.) Read on for more about the giveaway, too. (This giveaway is closed.)
Here are the links to the tutorials:
Solar System (three tutorials)
I think this Science Fair display board sums up how many of us feel about school projects. I’ve no idea who “Susan M” is, but I give her an “A” for originality and honesty. Has your child worked on a Science Fair project? Or any other school projects this year?
Tell me about your most recent school project for a chance to win our school project giveaway. With the help of Random.org, I’ll choose two winners, and each winner will receive:
- A Solar System kit or Project Bricks kit (your choice)
- A $50 gift card to Hobby Lobby, Jo-Ann Stores or Michaels (your choice)
- And a craft apron.
You have until midnight on Tuesday, April 12 to enter, and I’ll announce the winners on Friday, April 15. Thanks for sharing your school project stories!
**Please Note: This Giveaway is Closed.**
P.S. Reader Jen sent in a photo of the Plant Cell Model her son made, based on the tutorial she found on Crafts ‘n Coffee. Jen noted that his teacher asked for even more details, and you can see he put a lot of work into his model. He did an awesome job and I hope he got an A on this assignment!