Welcome to Maggie's Earth Adventures

For Maggie Partners and busy educators, Tuesday is NO longer the most boring day of the week!

Important benefits of becoming a Maggie Partner:

  • Maggie’s Earth Adventures and the weekly program are free…and we’re not kidding
  • T.G.I.T. – Maggie Partners receive an inbox every Tuesday morning with timely and engaging  material ready to download and share with students
  • The program and ancillary materials are developed by a top shelf team of educators who know what they are doing

So, why haven’t you signed up yet?  Click here to learn more about our FREE Weekly Activity Packet program.


Latest news

Happy Birthday to The Star-Spangled Banner!

Posted on: September 14th, 2014 by Jessica

Written by Francis Scott Key on the back of a napkin on September 14, 1814:

And the star-spangled banner in triumph shall wave

O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave.

News About our Emergent Reader Program

Posted on: September 10th, 2014 by Jessica

We have an exciting announcement!  We will be delivering our Maggie partners an EMERGENT READER activity EVERY WEEK just by signing on for our sister program, www.maggiesbighome.com

Maggie’s Earth Adventures will continue to offer emergent activities twice a month, but if you are a preschool or kindergarten teacher you recognize the value of weekly access to emergent activities in English and Spanish make sure you sign on today!

Maggie’s Treasure Trove

Posted on: August 25th, 2014 by Jessica

Back to School Special! From now until September 30th purchase entry for only $5.00!  Entry is good for the entire year and  you can download all the Weekly Activity Packets (WAPs-and there are 1,000s of pages) you’ve missed in the past! For a complete listing click here

From our Director of Education, Dr. Kathy Smith:

In looking back over past WAPs, I marveled at the many ways you could package activities from our Archive, “Maggie’s Treasure Trove”. I tried my hand at this during the summer and came up with just a few ideas. This “packaging” can be done using a variety of criteria. You could find WAPs that relate in topic. This election series isn’t limited to last week’s, this week’s, and next week’s offerings. We have past WAPs, such as an Electoral College math WAP and an explanation of the 2008 election that you could use together. But there are broader topics such as elephants, animals of Africa, bodies of water, or space, to name just a few. Studying about a specific country? Check out all the WAPs that correlate. China comes to mind with our array of material from the Great Wall to pandas. The best part? The activities span a range of subject areas. You’ll find reading, writing, math, science, social studies, and even cultural activities related to China. Perhaps you need to reinforce skills? We have several activities on standardized test preparation (in a fun way!) or you can concentrate on writing skills. These are just two ideas. We’re sure your creative minds will come up with more. We’d love to hear what you think. And remember, as a teacher recently emailed us, “I love the weekly packs especially since they can be used in classes with varied levels.”