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.
Time to get crafty with these adorable bird nests by A Little Pinch of Perfect. Not only will your kids love the art component, but this craft provides the perfect opportunity to discuss habitats. Find the instructions 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. […]
This activity from Creative Star Learning looks like so much fun! Get your child outside, exploring, and gathering the natural materials needed to make this stick skeleton. Find the full activity here.
Get your kids up and moving with this active game from Getting Messi With Jessi! Getting their whole body involved in this activity is a fantastic way to make sure they remember what they learn. Find the instructions here.
Why do we need bones? This fun activity from A Little Pinch of Perfect will answer that question for your kids! Your kids will love doing this activity while learning about the importance of bones. Get the full instructions here (you’ll need to scroll about halfway down the page to find this particular activity).
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.
This activity from Sorting Sprinkles is perfect for the sticker-lover (so basically every kid alive!). Your child will have a blast with this simple and fun activity to learn more about the body. Find the full instructions, as well as some other “All About Me” activities, here.
Your kids will LOVE this one from Growing Book by Book! Not only will they have a blast while they practice identifying body parts, they’ll also work on phonemic awareness and rhyming, which are two important skills for pre-reading. Get the instructions here.