Engineers in training can get started with this simple wheel-and-axle construction activity.
How do people move pianos and heavy furniture into tall buildings? Show your kids some pulley potential with this simple household exercise!
Your first grader will love telling time while playing this fun game of tag! Ask Captain Midnight for the time, but watch out when his watch says "midnight"!
Kids will love this more challenging version of tag where they'll have to run while "attached" to someone else.
What are the different types of animal body coverings? Help kids sort and categorize these animals based on their body coverings.
Build healthy eating habits in your family! This printable meal planning chart is a great way to help kids pay closer attention to what they eat.
It's easy to turn old magazines into a fast-and-furious finding game that's both fun and educational for kids.
Help your third grader craft a homemade version of this classic strategy game, using just an old egg carton and a few beads!
Color in this page to thank receptionists for their hard work in keeping offices running smoothly.
This is a forest without trees! Teach your child about the Petrified Forest with this worksheet, and talk about why we protect this colorful piece of land.
One of the most awesome sights to behold, the Grand Canyon is one of our nation's most famous national parks.
Some of the best hiking and rock climbing in the country can be found in Yosemite. Introduce your child to this beautiful piece of land.
Tourists love to visit the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
Kids color and cut out a native costume for this paper doll, then guess what country the doll is from. Hint: The capital city is Madrid.
Work on homophones, words that sound the same, and spelling with this imaginative activity!
Here's a fun book-making project that will help your child learn to abbreviate and provide an opportunity for her to exercise her artistic abilities.
Celebrate the 100th day of school by counting and spelling your way to a "$1.00" word in this 3rd grade math and reading game.
Want to help your child recognize the recipe for a successful sentence? Here's a fun activity to get your child thinking about how sentences work.