Help your kindergartener read, write, and understand letters and letter sounds with this delightful journal activity.
Before digital cameras, before Polaroids, there was the original pinhole camera. Build a pinhole camera and see what true vintage photography looks like!
Ever heard of phototropism? Here's a fun activity you can do at home with your kids to explore this fascinating plant adaptation.
Explore solids and liquids with your young scientist by making gluep, a goopy substance that can behave like both a solid and a liquid!
Experiment with the wonders of pressure and condensation by crushing a soda can with nothing but air and water!
Help your kindergartener add some flair to the family garden with pencil pinwheels!
Featuring plenty of good old fashioned squishy, gooey fun without the mess, this compromise of an art project is sure to please little ones and grown-ups alike.
This simple "how to make a water wheel" activity makes physics come alive for your child by demonstrating how different kinds of energy work.
This fresh take on the classic game of Tic-Tac-Toe will boost your first grader's creativity, fine motor skills, and concept of taking turns.
Give your preschooler the opportunity to work on color recognition and fine motor skills while creating a beautiful tie-dyed piece of art!