Take a nature walk in your backyard or local park to find one object for every letter of the alphabet. Then put them together in this handy nature book.
Based on the concept of water's "freezing point," this activity entails the lowering of water's freezing point to chill ice cream!
This beaded wind chime is fun to make, and it gets kids experimenting with patterns, a key kindergarten math skill.
Who knew that nature could get so crafty? Show your kindergartener how to collect and morph pinecones into a whole team of personalized pinecone people.
Make a lasting family tree and teach your child the importance of learning family history in the process.
Invite your kindergarten marine biologist to practice in scientific identification and categorization while she creates a lovely treasure box.
Make a "magic dough" using only flour, water and food coloring and have the kids guess what color appears.
Make a kindergarten "discovery table" that reinforces both science and writing skills. Here's how:
In this activity, your kid has your permission to get his socks nice and filthy. In fact, it's a necessity, because those socks are going to make a garden.
Is your kindergartener getting tired of the standard art supplies? How about making a mosaic? This recipe is kinder safe, no broken glass involved!