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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Does your child need counting help? Here's a simple game that kids can do at home to help them practice counting to two-digit numbers.
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Help your kid get in touch with his wild side with this Big Bad Wolf mask! Bring this fairytale villain to life with simple crafting supplies.
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Use this fun activity to make an optical illusion picture that helps your kindergartener explore the sense of sight, and sharpen his observation skills!
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This fun and easy activity encourages the skill of overlapping objects, while your child gets to draw his own farm and color in clip art farm animals!
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Got a fussy eater on your hands? Here's a great way to make fruit appear more appealing, and make eating it a lot more fun, too!
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Your kindergarten artist will love practicing math and coloring when he makes his own unique paint-by-numbers! This activity is creative and educational.
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For most kids the fun is in the process, and making a dollhouse out of cardboard boxes is as creative as it gets! Here's how to make your own dollhouse.
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Create one-of-a-kind noisemakers to bring some fun to New Year's Eve.
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These pretzel reindeer cookies are a great holiday recipe for kids to make. Rudolph and the whole gang agree!
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Make a garland of paper flags representing your child's favorite countries.
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Help your child make sense of our colorful world with this easy-to-make color challenge!
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Show your child how to make homemade wrapping paper with a twist by using sponge art to create the fabulous designs. Here's how:
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Help your child create a written message and practice their letters using sticks they find in nature. Here's how to get started.
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At your next party, play this amped-up version of hot potato that comes with a prize!
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Help your child create a safe firework by turning strips of paper into a quilled 4th of July masterpiece perfect for displaying at a 4th of July party.
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Here's a fun math-oriented arts and crafts activity for your preschool or kindergarten child: create a gumdrop topiary and practice counting along the way.
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Help keep your child's baby teeth safe with this cute tooth-shaped felt pillow that comes with a little pouch that's just the right size for a lost tooth.
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Make this star-spangled greeting for the door to make all your guests feel welcome for the next patriotic holiday.
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Do a little kitchen chemistry as you make your own bubble solution and bubble-wand shapes!
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This easy project for little hands uses mushroom spores to make an imprint of the mushroom, and the result is very beautiful.

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