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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This preschool activity allows you and your child to make your very own alphabet matching game. Your child will develop his memory and practice letter sounds.
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Try this activity with your child to explore what happens to rain (and the living things that need it) when it becomes polluted.
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Help your child build ice cream cones as she practices her counting skills
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Music instruments can be expensive. Sidestep steep prices with this art project that uses recycled materials to create a melodious music maker!
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This fun, addition focused take on the classic card game War is a great way to help your child get a strong hold on addition.
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Challenge your kindergartener to a whole new method of storytelling, and improve his fine motor skills in the process.
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Make this paper chain calendar and give your child a visual reminder of the passing of time.
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Make learning word families more hands-on and interactive with this simple craft that has your child making "word sliders" out of paper plates.
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Show your preschooler how to make a print of a butterfly using her hand as a tool--a great way to stimulate her sense of touch.
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This craft activity encourages kindergarteners to explore measuring. Get ready to measure the fun that your child will have creating his own ruler!
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Your child can help eliminate stress for himself or a loved one by creating a colorful, homemade stress ball.
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Mix fun with basic math in this fun homemade game of ring toss! Make rings out of paper plates and you're ready to play anytime, anywhere!
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Let your kid experiment with textures among fabric and other materials that are smooth, rough, soft, or slippery--and then he'll make a texture book!
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Use a digital camera and some simple drawing supplies to help your kindergartener make a personalized letter-sound book.
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Everyone's heard of taking a dog for a walk. But how about an illustration? This activity teaches emerging readers to use pictures as context clues.
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Use popcorn in this tasty experiment to explore the five senses at home with your kindergartener!
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Your child will "build" a snowman and lace her way around the paper plates, boosting her manual dexterity and hand-eye coordination.
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This spider hat activity challenges your child to learn about spiders and improve fine motor skills. Make a spider hat with your child on Halloween or any time.
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In this simple and social activity, children use size comparison skills to find objects in nature that are bigger, smaller, longer, and shorter.
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This simple bookmaking activity will introduce and reinforce alphabet and number recognition skills that have been taught at home or learned in preschool.

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