Whether you love hiking with your kids or dread it, this activity from Temecula Blogs is sure to make hiking an enjoyable experience. Get the free printable here.
If you’re a fan of the show, you’ll love this educational version for kids by Rock the Library. It would make a great birthday party game. Get the instructions here.
Whether you’re getting your house ready for Halloween or your child has simply taken an interest in these furry flyers, you’ll love this easy activity from M is for Monster. Find the instructions here.
Your kids will have a blast with their “pet” Jellyfish in a bottle. For full instructions please visit www.schoolingamonkey.com.
Kids are curious by nature. Nurture that curiosity with this at-home science journal by Smart Cookie. Find the instructions here.
Practice counting with these fun dinosaur counting cards.
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.
How do the different parts of an ecosystem work together? Find out with this activity from Layers of Learning. Get the instructions here. Please Note: We were offered feedback that for the health of the fish you should make sure the plants and soil used are unfertilized.
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.
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.
Do you know what parts of the ocean different ocean animals live? This clever activity from A Little Pinch of Perfect will help you learn all about the ocean layers and what animals live there. Find the instructions here.
Whether up close and personal or from a distance, kids love to observe animals. This fun activity from Totschooling will get your kids started on the basics of animal classification. Find the instructions and printable here.
Hippity Hoppity the FROGS are on their way! This activity from A Little Pinch of Perfect will get your kids singing, dancing, and hopping around! Find the instructions here.
What’s your child’s favorite farm animal? She’ll love them all with this game from Mom Inspired Life. Find the instructions here.
Creating a frog from the letter F is a great way to help with letter recognition. Try this activity from Crystal & Co. touches on many skills. Find the instructions here.
This fun play dough activity by Fantastic Fun and Learning isn’t just for the birds. Your kids will love creating with this fun activity. Find the directions here.