This made-for-kids embroidery project uses thick yarn, dull needles, and burlap fabric with wide holes so it's perfect for little fingers!
This flannel board will give your child hands-on practice with math, but in a fun format, full of ladybugs.
this mosaic-inspired activity uses kid-friendly yarn and glue to help your kindergarten kid design her own vibrant, brightly-colored flower.
Take math off the page and into the real world. This simple game gives kindergarten kids hands-on practice with basic addition.
Here's an idea for an edible Father's Day "note" that also happens to give your second grader practice in using a fancy new tool: the thesaurus.
Help your child chart how much he has grown over his school break by creating his own tree-shaped Summer Growth Chart.
This activity will put those Halloween treats to good use by using candy corn to help your child with her subtraction skills.
This activity spotlights everyone's favorite reindeer, Rudolph, and preserves your child's handprints in his "antlers".
Take some of the spirit of musical chairs and incorporate it into an indoor obstacle that will fine tune your child's motor skills!
Practice problem solving skills with your kindergarten or first grade student in this fun connect-the-dots game!