Does your kindergartener love to play with his food? Then he'll get a big kick out of this activity, where he'll practice his handwriting...using rice.
Here's an arts and crafts activity for preschoolers: try finger painting with corn syrup and food coloring to make bright, colorful works of art.
Your child will practice her counting and number recognition as she matches printed numbers to the same number of repetitions of a simple design.
This fun matching activity is a great way for your child to practice his visual perceptual skills.
Maracas are most commonly found in music around the world. Introduce your child to percussion and rhythm with this easy-to-make instrument.
These finger puppets are easy to make, and they're a great way to encourage story-telling and imaginative play.
Sponges are easy to handle and fun to play with, and your child will love putting these simple, three-piece puzzles together.
Let your preschooler create an abstract masterpiece by turning simple watercolors into a rain splattered painting filled with vibrant colors!
Help your preschooler craft a homemade wind spinning device--a surefire to make your backyard sparkle, and teach her a bit about weather!
Encourage your child's creativity by giving him a new kind of paintbrush -- a feather!