Here's a Halloween arts and crafts activity for your preschooler, pre-kindergartener, or kindergartener: make bat wings of poster board and ribbon.
Kids learn how to play Jan-Ken-Pon, Japanese rock-paper-scissors, in this fun preschool activity.
Your child will learn more about coins and their denominations as he's asked to identify similar coins.
With this "tightrope" game, your child will practice balancing skills and gain experience with the directions forward, backward, and sideways.
Send your child on a hunt throughout the house for numbers to help develop her number recognition and ordering skills.
Bring the classic game of "Red Rover" up to date with color and shape recognition skills for your child.
How do you spell fun and learning? B-I-N-G-O! Children learn through play. And letter or number bingo is a great place to start.
Enjoy the warm spring weather outside and indulge in a colorful game of I Spy while you're at it! It's just as fun as classic I Spy but twice as educational.
Preschoolers need to practice hopping, skipping, and other "gross motor" skills. Why not make it fun by challenging them to move like their favorite animals?
Play a phonics scavenger hunt no matter where you are. This game will have your child sounding out words and finding letter sounds in the objects around her.
This scavenger hunt game is simple, but it's fun, and it will arm your child with the directional vocabulary he should master in time for kindergarten.