Your child can re-purpose any used (and cleaned) can into a colorful container to hold Dad's pens and pencils on his desk!
This homemade snow globe is fun for kids who are excited about the arrival of winter. Kids can complete this snow globe craft quickly and easily.
Your child can make her own at home with a little paint and her own foot. Make a whole colony!
Create a habitat for a butterfly right in your own backyard, and build your first grader's science knowledge while you're at it.
Do this experiment to help your first grader understand how salt can be removed from salt water. All it takes are a few household materials.
This activity encourages children to sculpt in free form. The only rule is that they have to build upwards.
Think you can blow up a balloon without using your mouth? This isn't just a cool trick, it's also a great way to introduce chemistry and biology concepts.
How do we know that air exists when we can't see it, taste it, or touch it? Here's a classic experiment that will teach your kid some basics of aerodynamics!
First grade math includes lots of work with two-digit numbers. Here's an activity to help kids practice recognizing and sequencing numbers from 1-30.