Bring the classic game of "Red Rover" up to date with color and shape recognition skills for your preschooler!
In this fun game, your child will be challenged to find the right outline of different abstract shapes.
When it comes to working kids' muscles, nothing beats an obstacle course! Here are some easy ideas for creating your own course at home—inside or out.
Make your own volleyball net! This beach ball game is a great activity for kids of all ages to develop coordination and teamwork.
This slightly tweaked version of "Hide and Go Seek" hones listening: a key skill for kindergarten.
This simple preschool bowling game improves eye-hand coordination and visual tracking. All you need are some empty bottles to get started.
Help your preschooler practice counting, matching, and learning colors with this fun game!
This outdoor game will help your child practice observational skills and visual identification while working in some exercise, too!
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.
Use old coffee cans and socks to make a beanbag toss game for kids in preschool and kindergarten. This activity is great for math and coordination.