What’s the best part of fall? Pumpkins! Use this easy recipe to help your child make some delicious smelling pumpkin play dough. They can use their math skills to measure and mix and then have hours of fun playing!
Turn snack time into a healthy ho-ho-holiday activity! Make a face that looks like a cartoon Santa using fruits. It will be a fun activity that will get your family in the holiday spirit, and spice up your snack time with healthy treats.
One thing the Christmas season is known for making is yummy treats! Cookies, pies, fudges, and cakes are common desserts during Christmas time. If you want to choose a healthier option this holiday season, create a Christmas tree with fruit. It will be a
Encourage your child to help host a dinner party this holiday season! If your child is having friends over, or would like to contribute to the family holiday party, this is a great activity. They will build mini-penguins that all guests can enjoy while wa
It’s the season for falling leaves, fall colors, and corn! Use this easy activity to help your child make some amazing paintings. They can use their math skills to design patterns for cards, paper, presents and more!
In this social emotional learning activity, children will learn about forgiveness by watching a short video, listening to and learning "The Forgiveness Song," and reflecting on a time they practiced forgiveness.
In this activity, you and your child will read a story about heartfulness, practice heartfulness by sending kind wishes to others, and draw pictures of those you both love and care for (such as family members, friends, or pets).
Ensuring that what we say is truthful, helpful, inspiring, necessary, and kind takes practice! In this social emotional learning activity, your child will set a goal for themselves to THINK before they speak.
Children have a naturally inquisitive mind. Foster their curiosity with a walk through an autumn field or park to answer age-old “why” questions. As you walk with your child, you can encourage them to ask questions.
In this activity, you and your child will practice taking a movement or calming break during homework or when feeling tired. Then, your child will write about and draw what the experience was like for them.
In this activity, your child will have an opportunity to discuss what they like about themselves, and they will design a digital or physical poster that displays their talents, what they like, and images that describe themselves.
Problem-solving skills can be practiced and strengthened over time with puzzles such as Tangrams! In this activity, your child will discuss problem-solving strategies and practice using these strategies with Tangram puzzles.
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Engage your kindergartner in learning and discovery with these hands-on kindergarten activities that allow kids to get creative while developing math, science, reading, writing, and emotional learning skills.