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.
This project from Ruffles & Rain Boots is one your kids will want to do over and over again. Get the directions here.
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.
When children begin kindergarten, they start spending a lot of their day doing fine motor activities. Each of these skills, from coloring to cutting and everything in between, takes practice and skill to develop. To help your child transition smoothly, you can help her develop tactile skills at home. A tactile skill is anything that […]
We’ve all heard a lot about STEM education in the past few years. As the US has fallen behind many other countries in mathematics and sciences, and as we continue to move towards a more and more technological society, a push to encourage Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math to students in an integrated manner has […]
For most kids, Halloween is all about the costumes and candy. While parents can certainly understand this excitement, most of us would prefer that the sugary aspect of the holiday take a lesser role. With that in mind, in the weeks leading up to Halloween this year, why not turn your kids’ focus to the educational side […]
Even if your kids don’t have valentines to make, they’re sure to love this fun activity from Gym Craft Laundry. Find the instructions and printable here.
Your kids will love this magical art project from Layers of Learning. 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.
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.