Activities for Kids

Looking for kids activities to show your child the fun side of learning? From science experiments and math games to writing projects and more, we've got you covered!

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Meant to be fun and inspiring, Oulipo N+7 challenges writers to create new writing, use language and enriches vocabulary, spelling and critical thinking.
High School
Develop your child's green thumb with this easy planting activity. These plants are guaranteed to grow fast and are 'brown-thumb' proofed!
Plants, Animals & the Earth
Create your own jigsaw puzzle using a blown-up family photo, and reconstruct the image as many times as you like. Here's how kids can make this gift.
Second Grade
Construction & Sculpture
Turn any sunny summer day into a fun and special occasion by having a watermelon seed spitting contest!
Fifth Grade
Magic, science, or household cleanser?  Let your second grader decide with this practical, nontoxic chemistry experiment with acids and bases.
Second Grade
Physical Science
Challenge your preschooler to a game of shape match-up--an entertaining way to boost her observational ability.
This scavenger hunt game is simple, but it's fun, and it will arm your child with the directional vocabulary he should master in time for kindergarten.
This year on Dad's day, here's a creative gift that your child can make using simple materials, some of them even recycled.
Recycled Crafts
Next time you're headed out on the road with your fourth grader, try this alphabet-geography game that the whole family can play.
Fourth Grade
This craft is a great way to explore the fascinating world of spiders and their webs as you collect spider webs from around your house with your third grader.
Third Grade
Life Science
Sweet on someone this Valentine’s Day? Making jewelry with gumball beads is a fun Valentine's Day craft and a great gift that shows someone you care!
Fourth Grade
Beads & Jewelry
Your preschooler will not realize she's practicing her counting skills while playing with this interactive cereal abacus!
Counting & Numbers
This versatile clay-like material hardens if left out and can be used for building sand castles, forts, and even school projects.
Construction & Sculpture
Using simple materials found around your home, you can reinforce the static electricity concept by helping your child build a simple device with zapping power!
Fifth Grade
Physical Science

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