No more 'I'm bored!'
In this simple and social activity, children use size comparison skills to find objects in nature that are bigger, smaller, longer, and shorter.
Give your preschooler the opportunity to work on color recognition and fine motor skills while creating a beautiful tie-dyed piece of art!
Want a fun craft project that will get your preschooler using his senses? Create a colorful, abstract piece of fabric art with your child!
Preschoolers need to practice hopping, skipping, and other "gross motor" skills. Why not make it fun by challenging them to move like their favorite animals?
Want to help your preschooler learn more about his community while boosting creativity? Set up a post office play station right in your very own home!
This simple preschool bowling game improves eye-hand coordination and visual tracking. All you need are some empty bottles to get started.
Make a periscope with milk cartons and mirrors! This preschool activity is great for playing secret agent and learning simple physics.
Here's a quick and easy recipe for homemade play dough that doesn't involve any cooking! This bright and colorful modeling clay makes a great instant toy!
Based on the concept of water's "freezing point," this activity entails the lowering of water's freezing point to chill ice cream!
The next time you've got a restless second grade earth scientist on your hands, use this experiment to demonstrate crystals and make a tasty treat, too!
Bring the zoo to you with this fun second grade arts and crafts activity: make a mini menagerie using colored pipe cleaners, a pencil and marker, and eyes!
Does your child love puzzles? In this activity, he'll use craft sticks to design and create an original puzzle of his own!
Create a world of bugs with your kid! This variation on finger painting is a great project to create after a trip to the zoo or while learning about science.
Do something fun with your clothespins by turning them into jungle animals! A great kids craft.
Challenge your kindergartener to a whole new method of storytelling, and improve his fine motor skills in the process.
Here's a fun and magical art activity, where kids paint an invisible picture that can only be revealed when painted over with watercolors!
Forget 2-D maps. It's time for 3-D! Help your first grade child learn about the community around him, with this fun map building activity.
This underwater painting is as colorful as it is fun!
Melted crayon art is all the rage right now. It's simple, inexpensive, and there's no wrong way to do it!
Preschoolers are fascinated by how colors can be mixed to form new ones. This activity combines color mixing with the concept of melting for extra science fun.