This cute turkey activity by Fantastic Fun and Learning would be a fun one to put out at the kids’ table on Thanksgiving Day. Get the instructions here.
Your kids will love these fun Thanksgiving-themed activities and you’ll love that they’re practicing one-to-one correspondence. Find all the activities and materials needed at Pre-K Pages.
In the mood for some creepy crawlies? This spider counting book by Fun a Day will do the trick!
Kids love creating in the kitchen, especially when the end result is as yummy as these Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups by I Can Teach My Child. Get the directions here.
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.
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.
Want a fun, educational, and delicious activity to do with your kids for Valentine’s Day? Look no further than these adorable heart cake pops from Life is a Lullaby. Find the instructions here.
“Educational” is probably not the word that comes to mind when you think of paper airplanes, but this activity from Kids Activities Blog will change that! Find the instructions here.
Need a simple activity to keep the kids busy while you’re at a restaurant? These toothpick puzzles from Education.com will do the trick! Find the instructions and the puzzles 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.
Get your teens prepared for the real world with this fantastic role play activity from Math Giraffe. Find the instructions here.
You know those activities that the kids are so involved in and having so much fun with that they don’t even realize their educational too? This STEM challenge by Coffee Cups and Crayons is just that kind of activity. Find the instructions here.
There’s nothing quite like homemade bread. Your kids will love the feeling of accomplishment they get from knowing they made it themselves. Find the recipe from Your Homebased Mom here.
Cooking and counting! This activity from Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds is perfect for your budding chef. Find the instructions 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.