Dinosaurs, Rockets, and Cars
A coloring page of a pteranodon, perfect for 2nd-graders and elementary school kids learning their dinosaurs and prehistoric animals.
Is your child delighted by dinosaurs? If so, he's sure to love this word search filled with hidden dinosaur vocabulary.
Make your own mark on the dunkleosteus by coloring this one in.
A coloring page of the giant mosasaur, an animal that lived among the dinosaurs in prehistoric times.
Create fun and imaginative works of art by using trucks to paint on paper in this preschool arts and crafts activity.
This cuegle coloring page depicts the scary creature from Spanish folklore. Try this cuegle coloring page in a lesson about Spanish legends and folklore.
Here's a coloring sheet of a cute (but big!) Tyrannosaurus Rex. Looks like he's on the hunt for lunch!
A space-themed coloring page featuring a flying spaceship and satellites.
Help your child make an imaginative, inexpensive spaceship from recycled materials. When the spaceship is ready, count backwards from ten and then BLAST-OFF!
Show your child the solar system and let him explore the stars and space by creating a painting. It's a fun and easy way capture your child's imagination.
A Construction Center is a great place for kids to engage in building activities with LEGO, Tinkertoys, craft supplies, or Lincoln Logs. Here's how to make one.
The process of creating this scale model will stick with your child... into infinity!
What's cooler than an explosion? Not much! This simple science experiment lets kids build their own pop rocket. So put on your safety goggles and let her rip.
Pair a planetarium visit with this fun art project that mimics the look of far-off galaxies.
This activity works well with a group or just with a parent and child, and it can make a great party game since it's both fun and inexpensive.