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.
If your child loves creepy crawlies, this activity from Playground Parkbench will be right up her alley. And if she doesn’t, this is a great way to lessen her fears. 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.
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.
When your teen starts participating in activities that require public speaking, it can be a bit nerve wracking. These activities from The Language Arts Classroom will help your child become more confident. Find the instructions 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.
Making butter is always a favorite activity; just make sure you’ve given your arms plenty of rest before you get started! Find the instructions by Apartment Therapy 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.
There might not be a pot of gold at the end of this rainbow by Well Plated, but we have a feeling your kids won’t mind. Find the recipe here.
All the Lego lovers out there will adore this activity from Pink and Green Mama! Get your kids excited about reading with Lego Hangman. Find the instructions here.
Are your kids interested in how crimes are solved? This activity from Planet Smarty is a great introduction to forensic science. Find the instructions here.
Cooking and counting! This activity from Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds is perfect for your budding chef. Find the instructions here.
Do your kids love looking at the clouds? This fun activity from Parenting Chaos will help them understand how clouds form. Find the instructions 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.