Kindergarten Activities

Maybe you have a classroom full of kindergarteners who are eager and ready to learn. Or, perhaps you're just looking for a few ideas to keep your little learner busy after school. Whatever you're in search of, these kindergarten activities are the perfect way to help kids master key skills. Our hands-on science activities will pique their curiosity and our art projects will spark their creativity. We have plenty of project ideas that are great for fine motor practice. What's more, our letter and number activities provide a solid foundation for early elementary reading and math. Browse our collection of kindergarten activities and find a few that best suit your educational needs!

If you're looking for something more academic, check out our Kindergarten Worksheets.

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Kids are sure to be entranced by the magic of the ocean when they create their very own ocean in a bottle.
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Can't make it to the beach? Bring the science of ocean waves home with this fun earth science-related craft.
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This cute game that lets your child practice making words, while acting like a Mexican jumping bean! Great for emerging readers.
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Teach the kids how a bird's nest is made by making your own nests using only natural materials!
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Does a paper clip float? Does a sponge sink? Let your child find out! This experiment is simple science fun.
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Does your child love pretend and need practice with letters and the sounds they make? Get cooking! This activity is fun and builds key reading skills, too.
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Ask a child if he wants to practice his alphabet and you'll likely get snubbed. But ask if he'd like to play letter detective? You might hook yourself a fish.
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Help your child explore chromatography, which is the process of separating colors or pigments, and create a neat art project in the process!
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Make an eye catching sun catcher with your child that not only brightens any window but also builds his fine motor skills and creativity.
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Play this game that lets you create your own silly monster drawing and helps your child practice her counting skills!
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Here's a challenging treasure hunt for kindergarteners learning about letter sounds. String letters together to make words and find the path to the treasure.
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This recipe makes bubbles that not only blow up nice and big, but do tricks and experiments! How do you do it? It's not a secret, it's science!
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Help your kindergarten scientist understand the concept of surface tension with this simple science experiment.
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Help children understand the power of germs and the importance of hand washing with this visual activity that introduces the concept of scientific inquiry.
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This science project lets kids explore what happens when water and paper interact, and it produces homemade paper perfect for gift tags or stationery.
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Try this new twist to the traditional memory game to help your kindergartener match number symbols to the correct quantity while sharpening her memory skills!
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Collect 26 rocks and paint each one with a letter of the alphabet for your very own alphabet rock collection.
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This homemade parachute toy is incredibly easy to build. Plus, it gives kids an excuse to investigate and experiment...the backbone of kindergarten science.
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Use simple materials to build a "worm hotel" with your kindergarten soil scientist...and see what worms really do all day.
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Help your kindergarten science maven explore the water cycle without getting everything wet.

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