activitys for kids
Jump into the lyrics of the U.S. national anthem with a reading comprehension and drawing activity. Kids read the song, then draw a picture to illustrate it.
Has your child memorized the Pledge of Allegiance? Help her learn the words with this fill-in-the-blank worksheet.
Stop by London with this coloring page of Big Ben. Give your child's geography and history smarts a boost!
Enhance fourth-grade measurement making skills and social studies learning with this stitching project.
Looking for a better way to boost your child's writing and language skills? Try teaching him the basics of Japanese with this Hiragana series!
Looking for a fun and educational enrichment activity? Try learning Japanese!
Learn to write and speak Japanese with a fun worksheet series about Hiragana, one of the more basic forms of the Japanese writing system.
It's never too late to learn a new language! This series of Hiragana (Japanese alphabet) characters is perfect for you and your child to share.
Get your kindergartener excited for language arts by learning a new language! Hiragana is a basic component Japanese, fun and easy to learn.
This Hiragana alphabet page helps your child learn the letter "se." Try this "se" worksheet to teach your child a little about Japanese written language.
Hiragana is one of the more basic forms of the Japanese writing system, a perfect starting point for kindergarteners.
Have you ever wanted to learn Japanese? Here's your chance, with a great series of Hiragana alphabet worksheets!
Here is a fun enrichment activity for you and your child to share. Learn the basics of Japanese with this Hiragana series!
Jump into Japanese culture with your child by making your own calligraphy scroll. Try your hand at painting kanji on paper just like Zen masters of old!
If you ever wanted to learn Japanese, here is your chance! Hiragana is one of the basic forms of the Japanese writing system, fun and easy to learn.
Searching for a fun way to learn a new language? Now you can learn Japanese with our Hiragana alphabet series!
They say that learning languages is easier the younger the child. Help your little ones learn Japanese with a helpful Hiragana chart!
This set of printable question cards is perfect for young students that love to ask questions. Cut these question cards out, and keep them on hand.
It's a sunny summer day, and kids completing this preschool science worksheet circle the appropriate clothes for summer weather.
This i-spy version of bingo makes great travel entertainment during a long road trip.
Help your child learn the weather and practice his memory skills with a simple but fun memory match game!
Does your child love trains? This is the game for her! Kids learn numbers and simple counting as they move their trains across the board.
This counting activity helps preschoolers learn about number sequences and adding.
Kids learn how to play Jan-Ken-Pon, Japanese rock-paper-scissors, in this fun preschool activity.
Your child will boost her visual recognition skills and become more familiar with different colors as she pairs up craft sticks with the same patterns.
Treasure hunts are tons of fun and they're a great way to introduce maps. Set the stage, and your kid's imagination will do the rest.
Here's a quick and easy recipe for homemade play dough that doesn't involve any cooking! This bright and colorful modeling clay makes a great instant toy!
Let your preschooler create something cute while making something delicious to eat: create bread sculptures, or shapes of bread dough!
Want to help your preschooler learn more about his community while boosting creativity? Set up a post office play station right in your very own home!
Make an edible play dough with your child to help her develop her sensory and motor skills.
Children who know the names and sounds of letters when they enter school, learn to read sooner. This activity uses a clothesline to work on alphabet sounds.
Your child will begin to recognize written color names as she looks at the different patterns and matches them up with the correct colors.
Your preschooler will not realize she's practicing her counting skills while playing with this interactive cereal abacus!
This cookie dough handles like molding clay, but also makes delicious cookies. Use this activity to strengthen your child's alphabet skills.
This activity turns kids into word detectives - scouring their way through documents in search of their prey.
These papier-mâché bracelets are simple to make, and the result is truly stunning!
Help your preschooler practice observing and experimenting with this exciting activity where she'll get to examine objects below the water's surface!
Does a paper clip float? Does a sponge sink? Let your child find out! This experiment is simple science fun.
Pair a planetarium visit with this fun art project that mimics the look of far-off galaxies.
This alphabet bottle is fun to make and a great activity to keep your preschool child busy, while helping her recognize letters in a creative way.
Enjoy those warm spring and summer nights with your child while teaching her some backyard astronomy at the same time.
Transform a single sheet of card stock into a double-sided painting of opposites: on one side, a bright daytime landscape, on the other, a dusky evening scene.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with this easy summer activity! Make homemade ice cream and let your child practice his science skills.