Summer nights are the perfect time to lay out under the stars and look for constellations. This activity from Playground Parkbench is a great way to familiarize your kids with constellations before heading outside. Get directions and the free printable here.
Kids are curious by nature. Nurture that curiosity with this at-home science journal by Smart Cookie. Find the instructions here.
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!
Get your kids excited about playing outside with this fun Rainbow Nature Hunt.
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.
Have you ever wondered just how big dinosaurs really were? Wonder no more! This activity from Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational will get your kids more interested in learning about dinosaurs, while also learning important math concepts, than ever before. Find the instructions here.
Time for your kids to bring out their inner archaeologist! Your kids will love this activity from A Little Pinch of Perfect! Find the instructions here.
How are you feeling today? Let kids explore their answer to this question with these play dough mats from Blessed Beyond a Doubt. Your kids are sure to have fun creating different expressions on these printable mats. Find them 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.
What better way to learn about birds than by observing them? Get out in nature and let the learning begin with the great activity from Fantastic Fun and Learning. Find the directions and printable here.
If your child loves to be creative, he’ll love this activity from Teaching 2 & 3 Year Olds. This painting activity is a great way to learn about the senses of sight, smell,and touch. (And if you want, you can make it a tasting activity too!). Find the full instructions and helpful tips here. […]
Did you ever think about using a marshmallow to learn about the five senses? This activity by Fantastic Fun and Learning does just that. Your kids will love it! Get the instructions here.