Written by Lauren Cormier of Oh Honestly It’s National Play-Doh Day and Miss Humblebee’s Academy has gathered up everything you need to celebrate the most famous modeling compound of all-time. Did you know that Play-Doh actually started out as a cleaning product? That’s right; it was first created as a wallpaper cleaner. Thankfully, someone had […]
Teach kids about how different plants grow with these easy to make garden markers. For full instructions please visit www.mamabyfire.com.
Make these beautiful rainbow roses with your kids. For full instructions please visit www.tobyandroo.com.
This activity gives your kids a unique texture to their paintings. For full instructions please visit www.learnwithplayathome.com.
A new and creative way to enjoy crayons. For full instructions please visit www.learnplayimagine.com.
This starry night sky slim is easy to make and a lot of fun to play with. For full instructions please visit thekindergartenconnection.com.
Your kids will have a blast with their “pet” Jellyfish in a bottle. For full instructions please visit www.schoolingamonkey.com.
These glow in the dark paints are easy to make and are loads of fun. For full instructions please visit learnplayimagine.com.
Your kids will love going outside with these fun sidewalk erupting chalk paint. For full instructions please visit Learn Play Imagine.
These fun activities will keep your children busy while staying in a hotel. Check out all of the awesome ideas over on Learn with Play at Home’s blog!
There are so many ways for kids to be creative, and explore with paint making these fun textured magnets.
Even the most skittish of kids will love these spiders! Kids will love creating these cute spiders and getting some counting practice in at the same time. Find the instructions from Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds here.
A warm sunny day is the perfect day for this activity! Bring out your child’s inner artist with this fun counting activity from Fantastic Fun and Learning. Find the instructions here.
A ladybug’s spots are perfect for counting! This activity from M is for Monster has many ways to play, making it perfect for a variety of age and ability levels. Find the instructions here.
Do your children know that certain animals live in certain places? You can teach them with this activity from Smart Cookie. Find the instructions here.
Observational skills are important in all aspects of life. Help your children practice these skills with this fun and educational activity from Edventures With Kids. Find the instructions and printable here.