Celebrate spring with this fun word game from This Reading Mama. Get instructions and the printable here.
Work on beginning sounds with your kids by playing this fun game from the Measured Mom. Get the instructions and printables here.
The learning possibilities are endless with these Valentine themed number cards from Fun a Day. Learn more and get the printable here.
Are your kids interested in coding? This activity by Little Bins for Little Hands is the perfect activity for them and it’s just in time for Valentine’s Day.
This simple craft has adorable results! Get all the materials and instructions at Left Brain Craft Brain.
With Veteran’s Day approaching, it’s the perfect time of year to print out these interview pages by Line Upon Line Learning and let your kids learn more about any family who has served in the Armed Forces. These are great to learn about other family members too. Get the printable here.
In the mood for some creepy crawlies? This spider counting book by Fun a Day will do the trick!
Math is always more fun when you make it a game! Your kids will love learning the basics of graphing with this fun game by From Playdough to Plato.
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.
Help your child learn to write her name with this adorable ice cream themed printable. Get the directions and the free printable from A Dab of Glue Will Do.
Whether it’s over summer vacation or during the school year, this fun Reading Bingo game from The Chirping Mamas is sure to get your kids excited to read. Get your bingo cards and learn how to play 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.
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.
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.
If your child is a Lego fan and has been working on upper and lower case letter recognition, this activity from Pre-K Pages will be a hit! Find the instructions and printable here.
Help your child improve fine motor skills and number recognition with this pumpkin lacing activity from I Heart Crafty Things. Find the instructions and printable here.