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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What better way to nurture your child's imagination than by making a fairy house out of materials found in nature!
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Bring some winter fun into your home while your child practices her number matching skills with this adorable snowman math game.
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This reading activity combines some of the most common sight words with a pictograph puzzle that's sure to keep your kindergartener engaged.
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Help your kindergartener visualize life on a farm in this arts and crafts project that has her drawing and creating her own barn.
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Let your preschooler develop her fine motor skills in this cooking activity that has her creating hamburger cookies, a great snack for any party or BBQ.
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This simple and seasonal kid activity turns glue and food coloring into beautiful autumn leaves that will last forever.
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Celebrate the coming of Spring and Earth Day with this 3-D art project that makes use of recycled materials.
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Create this quick and easy craft with your kindergarten child, and then let his imagination float free as he writes about it!
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Use natural materials to try out a new kind of weaving. Your child will enjoy gathering her materials outside, and then using them to create a piece of art!
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Plant a mini herb garden and teach your child about science and nature.
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While you whip up mashed potatoes for your next dinner party, your first grader and friends can stay occupied by crafting their own silly spud characters.
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Reuse old cardboard boxes and popsicle sticks to create a miniature sled that is perfect for preschool pretend play with dolls or action figures.
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Here's a math, science, and social studies activity: help your kindergartener become a "coin archaeologist" by examining how different coins look and feel.
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Add a little island flavor to your next lazy afternoon with a Hawaiian arts and craft project!
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Try this fun garden graphing project with your kindergartener this summer to give him a leg up in math and science while spending some valuable time outdoors!
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Not all snowmen are made of ice. This popcorn snowman tastes like the holiday season and also makes a cute decoration on any dining table.
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Here's a fun activity you can do at the library to help your child learn the sequencing of numbers and letters.
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Make an edible bracelet from Froot Loops and a shoelace! This Block Institute art activity will engage your special needs or mainstream child at snacktime.
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Show your patriotism on the next great American holiday by making a shooting star spangled banner that's reminiscent of the American flag.
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Have your little cowpoke design and decorate a vest that's perfect for combating the elements on the harsh Western plains.

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