The next time your kids are pent up inside because of bad weather, try hosting a Balloon Olympics!
Guessing is more than pure fun, it's also a key part of kindergarten math. Here's a fun way to bring estimation to the breakfast table.
Invite your kindergartener to explore the bright new world of measurement by starting out with nonstandard (and tasty!) units, such as gummy bears or worms.
Here are some ideas for marshmallow math games you can play with your child to help teach him important concepts like estimation, area, and measurement.
This recipe makes bubbles that not only blow up nice and big, but do tricks and experiments! How do you do it? It's not a secret, it's science!
Your child can make her own at home with a little paint and her own foot. Make a whole colony!
Not all snowmen are made of ice. This popcorn snowman tastes like the holiday season and also makes a cute decoration on any dining table.
Try this new twist to the traditional memory game to help your kindergartener match number symbols to the correct quantity while sharpening her memory skills!
Use simple materials to build a "worm hotel" with your kindergarten soil scientist...and see what worms really do all day.
Make a handprint turkey with your child to celebrate Thanksgiving. A handprint turkey makes a great base for Thanksgiving coasters, note cards, or place cards.
This Thanksgiving, try playing this fun Native American game with the whole family.
Here's a fun and magical art activity, where kids paint an invisible picture that can only be revealed when painted over with watercolors!
This homemade parachute toy is incredibly easy to build. Plus, it gives kids an excuse to investigate and experiment...the backbone of kindergarten science.
Help your kindergarten scientist understand the concept of surface tension with this simple science experiment.
Your preschooler can learn how to siphon water with only two bottles and a plastic tube in this fun, educational science activity.
Help your child make a yummy and inexpensive treat for her friends and family members. But watch out! Some of these ghosts have a secret under their cloaks.
This fun Halloween craft can be adapted to teach your child about the biology of many different living animals.
Reuse and recycle cardboard tubes to make spooky spiders, kooky caterpillars, wacky worms, and more.
This zombie recipe helps you make some healthy fingers to nibble on at your next Halloween party. Try this zombie recipe with your undead friends.
These spooky eyeballs are simple enough for kids to make, and featur carrots, olives and cream cheese for a nutritious nosh.
Spider crafts help your child get into the Halloween spirit! Make our spider craft, featuring a spider and its web, this October to decorate for Halloween.
This paper mache jack-o'-lantern is a fun craft for kids who are too young to carve a pumpkin. See your paper mache jack-o'-lantern outlast its carved peers.
All your preschooler needs to create a personalized Halloween memento is her two hands and some black paint.
Teach a lesson in the math and art with the concept of symmetry, while making a delightful cut-paper shadow pumpkin for Halloween!
Zombie cupcakes are baked goods that look as if they've been pulled fresh from a skull. Make zombie cupcakes this Halloween.
Homemade Halloween treats make great party foods for an All Hallow's Eve get together. These four homemade Halloween treats are scary-good.
Learn how to make a haunted house with this Halloween craft. See how to make a haunted house with a project that is fun for ghosts and ghouls alike.
This witches' brew recipe for kids is a cool mix of lemonade, tapioca pearl "eggs," and gummy worms. Try this witches' brew recipe for kids this Halloween.
Help your kindergartener expand social studies and science work while creating this lovely bag clip for the holidays.
This fun arts and crafts activity will help your child learn about the colors of the different seasons through the art of relief sculpture.
This fun art project is a great way to introduce your child to some basic geometry.
This simple and seasonal kid activity turns glue and food coloring into beautiful autumn leaves that will last forever.
This autumn craft magically turns green leaves into autumn leaves by using crayon shavings and heat.
Put those fall leaves to use with this fun art activity. Kids paint and print leaves, to make a beautiful tablecloth, perfect for your next fall celebration.
Collect 26 rocks and paint each one with a letter of the alphabet for your very own alphabet rock collection.
A lemonade stand is a great opportunity for your kids to work on their money skills and donate some hard earned money to charity.
Discuss probability with your fourth grader as you play this fun math card game!
Are you looking for a new way to help your fourth grader celebrate New Year's Day? Try this Flash Back Book!
Show your fourth grader how to make a delicate, dried flower bookmark with flowers native to her neighborhood.
Create a counting book, in order from 1-30, to help your child figure out a variety of ways of recognizing and representing numbers.
Spend an afternoon outdoors and add a personal touch to clothes or other items of fabric by learning how to tie-dye.
Craft a sparkling magic wand and let your child pretend she's a fairy, wizard, or magician!
This fun and easy activity encourages the skill of overlapping objects, while your child gets to draw his own farm and color in clip art farm animals!
Fish are a popular topic in preschool and kindergarten -- why not use your child's underwater friends as the basis for a cool craft?
This arts and crafts activity will help your kindergartener with shape and color recognition.
Your kindergartener will glow with accomplishment and learn to match colors and shapes by creating her very own unique Thanksgiving puzzle.
Prepare for the holiday madness by enlisting your preschooler or kindergartener's creativity to make gift bags this holiday season.
Is your kindergartener learning to write the alphabet correctly? In this "kinesthetic" activity, use movement and art to help your child with letter-writing.
Make a festive holiday garland with your preschooler or kindergartener to practice making patterns with household items! This activity is a decorating classic.
Your kindergartener will make prints of his favorite fruits and vegetables and learn how to organize and assemble his very own book.
Make a beautiful - and realistic looking - sunflower using sunflower seeds and a paper plate with this fun kindergarten arts and crafts project.
Help your kindergartener make a frame using leftover puzzle pieces and practice making patterns at the same time!
Turn the beloved book The Rainbow Fish into an opportunity to create something truly colorful.
Show your kindergartener how to craft a pretty Mother's Day jewelry box that's fit for the baubles of a queen (or at least an extra special mom)!
Kids will love making these unique puppets out of objects found in the kitchen.
Make mini heating pads for the special animal in your household or to use the next time you or your child has some aches and pains.
These colorful paper butterflies make cute hanging decorations for your child's room, but they can also be used for active play.
Craft these homemade decorated magnets out of play dough! Your child will have a blast making these creative (and handy) bits of flair for your kitchen.
Craft a bird decoration out of a paper bag, paint, and some googly eyes for a fun and easy spring art activity!
Rainy day? Stuck inside? Here's an arts and crafts pasta project to enjoy with your kindergartener that helps her with math patterns too.
In this fun activity, kids learn how to make their own bravery badges so they can be brave anytime they want.
Your child will practice her scissors and gluing skills while making her own unique switch plate cover.
Brighten up your home with this fun activity! Make a summer sun print and teach your child the art of easy print making.
This fun art activity will get your child's creative juices flowing and will teach her about shapes, pattern and texture along the way.
This craft encourages kids to express themselves through art and learn about the art world with a mock auction in their own home.
Help your child make a festive woven basket using paper bowls and yarn that is sure to please and fun to make.
Here's a creative preschool activity to make a crown, and build in some phonics practice while you're at it.
Your child will boost her fine motor skills as she makes unique cards to give away to family and friends
Do this fun art project to brighten up your home with an easy-to-make stained glass window drawing!
Use marbles and paint to explore the wild world of shapes and color...and build kindergarten writing strength, too.
Your child will decorate a headband with any bugs she can think of, then she'll add antennae so she can pretend to be a bug herself!
Create this quick and easy craft with your kindergarten child, and then let his imagination float free as he writes about it!
Help your kids fall in love with nature by making a simple clay bird bath. Set it up in your yard and watch the animals venture in for a sip of water.
In this arts and crafts activity, let your preschooler create an animal portrait and learn patterns and textures while she's at it.
There's something magical about bubbles. Here's a way to turn an old favorite into something new, by ditching that plastic wand for a homemade bubble pipe.
Perfect for getting your child imagining, designing, and performing, these make-at-home puppets are fun, fast, and kid-friendly.
Using paper plates, have the kids make these fun animal masks and your house will be transformed into a jungle.
Help build your kindergarteners small motor skills and handwriting with this snazzy treasure box craft.
If your preschooler loves creepy crawlies, help him better understand the science of insects by researching them to create cute fingerprint bugs!
Create a beautiful tissue paper lantern with your child to help brighten up a special occasion.
Kindergarten algebra is a lot different than high school. In kindergarten math, algebra means grouping like things, or noticing what doesn't belong in a set.
Kids of all ages will delight in making these jumbo "cupcake" crayons from all of the broken crayon stubs that seem to pile up around the house.
Show your kindergartener how to spell his name in a whole new way with this sculptural 3-D art project.
Build a kindergarten bird feeder science craft that brings birds to your yard, and a smile to the whole family's face.
Develop your kindergartener's fine motor skills while tracing shadows on a sunny day with this fun kindergarten activity.
Invite your kindergarten marine biologist to practice in scientific identification and categorization while she creates a lovely treasure box.
With this hands-on activity, kids will learn what it takes to foster seedlings into full-grown plants, all in a regular old soda bottle!
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 your own play dough at home with a fruity scent using this easy activity!
This flannel board will give your child hands-on practice with math, but in a fun format, full of ladybugs.
Is your kindergartener getting tired of the standard art supplies? How about making a mosaic? This recipe is kinder safe, no broken glass involved!
This beaded wind chime is fun to make and it gets kids experimenting with patterns, a key kindergarten math skill.
This spider hat activity challenges your child to learn about spiders and improve fine motor skills. Make a spider hat with your child on Halloween or any time.
Make a Korean paper fan! This activity is a great way to help your child explore different cultures while she builds her fine motor and arts and crafts skills.
Make an abacus to visualize and practice basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division on! Abacus is a tactile math tool for your third grader.
Melted crayon art is all the rage right now. Itâs simple, inexpensive, and there is no wrong way to do it! Crayons become the art in this fun project.
We all know water and oil don't mix, but it's often difficult for students to grasp the difficulty of cleaning up an oil spill.
In this arts and crafts activity, help your preschooler make a yarn mosaic to improve her fine motor skills and color recognition at the same time.
Most people throw out soaked tea bags after use, but artists know a secret--tea bags can be a great medium for creating one-of-a-kind modern art.
Forget store-bought dyes this Easter: color your Easter eggs with natural dyes made with ingredients from your own kitchen in this 1st grade activity.
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.
In this arts and crafts activity, help your kindergartener make friendship bracelets with just safety pins, elastic, and some colorful beads.
Playhouses can be expensive, and they take up so much space. Why not make your own collapsible playhouse instead?
Make vibrant faux stained glass art inspired by the art of Piet Mondrian, a Dutch painter who explored repeating shapes using the primary colors.
Here's how to use crayon scraps to make beautiful stained glass window hangings.
This versatile clay-like material hardens if left out and can be used for building sand castles, forts, and even school projects.
Blend art and science in this hands-on activity that shows your kindergartener how primary colors combine to make secondary colors.
Help your child make a beautiful homemade sandcastle that will last!
Help your child will learn about shapes and patterns by creating her own masterpiece mosaic out of dried beans.
This collage is a great way for children to see different methods of creating the same idea.
Make caterpillars out of paper mache and let the kids explore their inner creepy crawler.
This project reuses freebie magnets to make one-of-a-kind magnets for your one-of-a-kind kid!
Looking for a funky new way to paint? Try paint dough, a sparkling pasty paint made from just three kitchen ingredients!
Got that party fever? Looking for a crafty distraction for a warm day? Few things are as fun for kids as a piñata, and it's easy as pie to make your own!
Looking for a last minute gift? This homemade candle holder is a breeze to make, and its pretty glow really brightens up a room. A great craft project.
This color by letter kindergarten reading worksheet features capital and lowercase S. Kids use a key to color the page and reveal a hidden star picture.
This color by letter kindergarten reading worksheet features capital and lowercase V. Kids use a key to color the page and reveal a hidden valentine picture.
Here's a great worksheet for teaching your young learner about the letter E. He'll get to do some drawing and writing as he completes a few simple activities.