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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Learn how to count in Spanish. Your child will practice her numbers and build her reading skills while learning a bit about Latino culture along the way.
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Crafting a valentine mailbox is the perfect way to get your child ready for Valentine's Day. Now no heartfelt mail will get lost in the shuffle!
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Put together a pine forest to help you count down the days until Christmas with your little one.
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Help your child chart how much he has grown over his school break by creating his own tree-shaped Summer Growth Chart.
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Get your kids to give you a hand in the kitchen--literally!--by making fun grilled cheese sandwiches decorated with their handprints.
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Learning to count can be pretty tough. Have your child play this game with you or a friend and watch her quickly become a master counter.
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This zombie recipe helps you make some healthy fingers to nibble on at your next Halloween party. Try this zombie recipe with your undead friends.
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Watch your kindergartener release her inner archer and develop her fine motor skills as she creates this paper arrow and quiver set.
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Make "fossils" with your child to hide in the sandbox or at the park or the beach, to help your child explore his archaeological side.
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This creative art project lets kids explore the wonder of sea creatures while putting their ingenuity and problem solving skills to use.
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Help your kindergarten or first grade child use his creativity to make a beautiful magnetic patterned structure while discovering the wonders of magnets.
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Help your kindergartener make and play a "Hop On Pop"-inspired card game--a fun way to learn word families!
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Show your child how to "recycle" by making a milk box toy car. Here's how to get started.
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This paper heart craft is a simple Valentine's Day activity that gets kids to stretch fine motor skills. Make a paper heart craft with your child this February.
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Does your child long to be the next Captain Hook? This great craft activity will provide an invaluable accessory for any costume box: a pirate hook!
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In this activity, your child will create a fun lion mask and learn a little about Chinese culture too!
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Want to make your own version of the Hollywood walk of fame in your own garden? Immortalize your child's handiwork by creating a cement handprint craft.
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Fix a yummy fruit and chocolate quesadilla. It'll give your kid a chance to boost his fine motor skills while making a snack the whole family will enjoy.
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Celebrate the 100th day of school by making a unique work of art using 100 colorful pom poms in this fun kindergarten arts and crafts activity.
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Use simple items to create a kindergarten "grow box" that lets a kid see just how salad plants send down their roots and grow underground.

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