So I work in an elementary after school program, and we run a few curriculum with them: math, science, English, and special activities like art, drama, and other fun things. Now, my location has the pleasure of being the smallest running program, so small that I have to work with all age groups at once. On top of having an incompetent supervisor who mostly buys art supplies and doesn't advocate on our behalf. This winds up in me running out of supplies for our provided curriculum. I've started putting together an alternative curriculum for these situations. Science activities out of everyday items, math games with a deck of cards, ect.
This is mainly directed at you teacher types, but if you have any lessons that you would be willing to share, websites, Pinterest posts, anything at all, I would greatly appreciate it. I'm okay with making small investments, so spending a little money won't be too problematic.