A new and creative way to enjoy crayons. For full instructions please visit www.learnplayimagine.com.
Who doesn’t love a scavenger hunt? This one from Smart Cookie is adaptable to any age and subject. Find the instructions here.
Make math something to celebrate! This awesome idea from Smart Cookie will make your kids really excited about math. Find all the instructions here.
Save those watermelon seeds for an extra authentic way to play this fun dice game from Totschooling. Get the instructions and printables here.
These glow in the dark paints are easy to make and are loads of fun. For full instructions please visit learnplayimagine.com.
This dice game helps your kid learn math and helps develop gross motor skills. For full instructions please visit buggyandbuddy.com.
Exciting way to teach your kids numbers and letters. Ask them to pronounce the letter or number on the bubble before they pop it. For full instructions please visit handsonaswegrow.com.
A fun way to teach kids the different letters in the alphabet. For full instructions please visit busytoddler.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!
Check out all the fun line tape activities over on Hands On As We Grow!
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.
If your little ones love big red fire trucks, this is the perfect activity for them! This activity by JDaniel4’s Mom for Pre-K Pages will help your children practice counting in a way they’ll love! Find the directions here.
Kids love to sing and they love it even more when they have props to help them along!This fun activity from Teaching 2 & 3 Year Olds touches on several subject areas. Your child is sure to love every part of it! Find the full directions here.
What better way for kids to learn about emotions than through practice and play? This activity from Where Imagination Grows does just that. Find the full instructions here.