This adorable game from Fantastic Fun and Learning will teach your kids important math concepts while celebrating the start of spring. Get the instructions here.
Couple this craft by No Time for Flashcards with a book or two about our early presidents for a fun way to celebrate Presidents’ Day. Get the directions here.
Chinese New Year is almost here. Teach your kids about it with the help of this fun drum-making activity by Gift of Curiosity.
We may be a week into the new year, but it’s never too late to set some goals. Your kids will enjoy this project by Mess for Less.
In the mood for some creepy crawlies? This spider counting book by Fun a Day will do the trick!
Help your child get a grasp on the changes to trees through each of the four seasons with this interactive activity by Teach Preschool.
The sun can do a lot of cool things! Help your kids learn all about what solar power does here on Earth with these fun activities by The Educators Spin On It.
This project from Ruffles & Rain Boots is one your kids will want to do over and over again. Get the directions here.
If your child wants to paint, but you don’t want to deal with the mess, try this fun and mess-free activity from Happy Hooligans. Get the instructions, necessary materials, and a bunch of educational extension activities from Happy Hooligans here.
Even if your kids don’t have valentines to make, they’re sure to love this fun activity from Gym Craft Laundry. Find the instructions and printable here.
Everyone loves a snowball fight, but if you live in a place where there’s no snow or if it’s too cold to play outside, you’ll love this indoor version from Layers of Learning! Find the instructions here.
Your kids will love this magical art project from Layers of Learning. Find 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.
Do you remember the fun of learning about tessellations as a kid? Bring that excitement to your own child with this activity from What Do We Do All Day? You can find the instructions here.
Candy corn is the quintessential autumn candy. Your child is sure to enjoy this activity from This Reading Mama, but don’t be surprised if you end up with fewer candy corn than you started with! Find the instructions and free printable here.
Left-handed or right-handed, left-brained or right-brained, this art activity by Artful Parent will both challenge and excite your kids. Find the instructions here.