This list contains the most common kindergarten sight words. If you've got a pre-K child itching to get started with sight words, this is the place to start.
This adorable, fluffy sheep made from your child's handprint and cotton balls is the perfect craft for Easter.
Try a little eco-friendly crafting this Easter: turn lonely, misfit socks into bunny sculptures in this recycled arts and crafts activity.
The alphabet is a big learning milestone for most kids. Help your child learn alphabetical order by making a food list in this fun Thanksgiving activity.
Support your first grader's interest in reading with this decorative bookmark that illustrates a favorite scene from a loved book.
While building his own croquet set, your kindergartener will use both his math an fine motor skills and as he plays he'll improve his hand-eye coordination.
In this fun activity, kids practice measurement and boost fine motor skills as they learn all about how fossils form and even make a few of their own!
Make a peace dove to commemorate Black History Month and hang it in your home as a quiet reminder of the spirit of the movement.