This squirt gun painting is an activity that will be fun for the whole family! Toddlers all the way through adults will enjoy this project that only takes a few simple materials.
Looking for a fun indoor project for these rainy spring days? Check out this chicken hat project! It’s fun and a little silly!
We provide a monthly holiday calendar full of different kinds of holidays you can celebrate with your learners and ideas for celebration!
Are you hoping to find an easy, educational Valentine’s Day craft for your learners? Look no further! Enjoy completing this Heart Family Portrait craft with just a few simple needed materials and very little mess!
This cute craft is a great activity for National Popcorn Day on January 19! Or even consider giving it a shot on a rainy or snowy day. It’s a great, low-maintenance activity for toddlers and up…and it’s tasty, too!
Couple this craft by No Time for Flashcards with a book or two about our early presidents for a fun way to celebrate Presidents’ Day. Get the directions here.
If your kids are curious about why leaves change color in the fall, this fun experiment by A Little Pinch of Perfect will be sure to interest them. Get the instructions here.
The sun can do a lot of cool things! Help your kids learn all about what solar power does here on Earth with these fun activities by The Educators Spin On It.
This project from Ruffles & Rain Boots is one your kids will want to do over and over again. Get the directions 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.
Are your kids interested in space? This fun activity from Mommy in Sports is out of this world! Get the instructions here.
A new and creative way to enjoy crayons. For full instructions please visit www.learnplayimagine.com.
Making this fun homemade kaleidoscope is fast and easy to do. For full instructions visit Buggy and Buddy.
Egg carton gardening is a great way to teach your toddler how to grow plants. Visit Mama By Fire for full instructions
Even the most skittish of kids will love these spiders! Kids will love creating these cute spiders and getting some counting practice in at the same time. Find the instructions from Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds here.
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.