A number button is a good way to teach kids basic math skills. Buttons come in different shapes, including oval buttons and square buttons. Combine subjects like math with art to keep kids engaged in homeschool, afterschool or anytime.
Don’t hate the 8 !
Make buttons forever, and ever, and ever… with an infinity button. Here is a great resource for explaining the idea of infinity to people of all ages.
A Remembrance Day button making activity is a neat way to teach kids about the holiday.
Here are some other ideas about how you can come together as a family, educate younger generations, and celebrate together this Remembrance Day.
It’s important to teach younger generations that, while remembering veterans is good, some people consider it rude to wear a poppy after Remembrance Day. If kids like the idea of wearing a poppy, it might be better to wear a veterans pin-back button.
This King of the Hill button was made right from the TV show.
You can create cartoon buttons, or any other kind of buttons. Trade pin-back buttons with your friends, like you would with Valentines cards. Better than candy, since they last longer, and I don’t think anyone is allergic to buttons!