If your child has a hankering for an art project that's a perfect accompaniment to sunny skies, this spring collage is just right.
Stir some fun into summer with this lemonade stand! Your child will practice math and money skills, and donate some hard-earned money to charity.
Help your child celebrate summer with this sandy seascape. She'll learn new art techniques, and create a beautiful work of art that brings the beach home.
Your kid's favorite book is being made into a movie, and she's the chosen designer. Help her create a movie poster to entice viewers--and bring her reading to life!
Getting distance and direction across to fourth graders sure can be tricky! Get your child to practice this skill all summer long with her own summer fun compass.
Finally, there's a solution to carrying sidewalk chalk in your hands, or in a flimsy paper box. Here's how to get your child started making her own sidewalk chalk caddy.
A fun twist on the classic game. Use chalk to create an outdoor tic-tac-toe board, and play using colorfully painted rocks in place of X's and O's.
Combat boredom with this easy, fun competition. Using only a few cups poked with holes and buckets of water, your child will have a blast--and stay active!
Your kid can make his very own badminton set--out of some old pantyhose! He'll delight in his crafty independence, and you'll love saving money.
If you don't have a pool for your child and her friends to play in, this twist on the game of freeze tag is a fun summer substitute.
Kids will love this more challenging version of tag where they'll have to run while "attached" to someone else.
At your next pool party, gather a large group of friends to play a fun game of Chain Tag. The more players you have, the more fun the game becomes!
This three page printable includes three paper dolls and six super summer outfits for them to make a splash in!
Are summer days some of your kid's favorite days of the year? This worksheet is all about counting.
Kids completing this preschool science worksheet circle the appropriate clothes for the weather: shorts, bathing suits, and flip-flops, not mittens and scarves!
What's the best way to put together some summer fun? In this worksheet your child will put together a picture puzzle of a summer beach scene.
Take this worksheet with you on your next picnic or beach outing and help your child make the most of his summer vacation.
This worksheet asks your kindergartener to circle all the articles of clothing that are best for warm weather.
Happening This Summer
Promote summer learning for the whole family with these great ideas.
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