Kindergarten Resources

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Magic Jar Alphabet Game
Magic Jar Alphabet Game
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Magic Jar Alphabet Game
This homemade alphabet game will keep your kindergartener on his toes and help him practice letter, numbers, and taking turns. The whole family can participate!
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Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
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Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
Roasting pumpkin seeds makes for a great Halloween activity, and a healthy snack!
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Make Your Own Paint By Numbers
Make Your Own Paint By Numbers
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Make Your Own Paint By Numbers
Your kindergarten artist will love practicing math and coloring when he makes his own unique paint-by-numbers! This activity is creative and educational.
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Octopus Sculpture
Octopus Sculpture
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Octopus Sculpture
This creative art project lets kids explore the wonder of sea creatures while putting their ingenuity and problem solving skills to use.
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Cardboard Bugs
Cardboard Bugs
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Cardboard Bugs
Reuse and recycle cardboard tubes to make spooky spiders, kooky caterpillars, wacky worms, and more.
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What Happens When Oil and Water Get Together?
What Happens When Oil and Water Get Together?
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What Happens When Oil and Water Get Together?
In this science fair project, young children discover what happens when two fluids that have different densities get together.
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Discovering and Sorting Seeds in Fruits and Vegetables
Discovering and Sorting Seeds in Fruits and Vegetables
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Discovering and Sorting Seeds in Fruits and Vegetables
In this project children discover, identify, and sort seeds from a variety of fruits and vegetables
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Plants Need Sunlight and Water
Plants Need Sunlight and Water
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Plants Need Sunlight and Water
This project is a vivid, concrete introduction to the basic but important idea that plants need sunlight and water to grow.
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Feeding Plants
Feeding Plants
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Feeding Plants
This project explores whether plants can live and grow when "watered" with juice, soda, or milk.
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Whole and Parts: Taking Things Apart
Whole and Parts: Taking Things Apart
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Whole and Parts: Taking Things Apart
This project leads to an understanding that a whole may be built of smaller parts that fit and work together and provides an introduction to basic tools.
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Eureka! Volume and the Displacement of Water
Eureka! Volume and the Displacement of Water
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Eureka! Volume and the Displacement of Water
This project demonstrates the correspondence between the volume of water displaced by a submerged object and the volume of the object displacing it.
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Exploring the Sense of Smell: Sniffing Jars
Exploring the Sense of Smell: Sniffing Jars
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Exploring the Sense of Smell: Sniffing Jars
This simple project makes young children aware of their sense of smell and its capacity for providing them with information about their world.
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Exploring the Sense of Touch: Secret Feeling Boxes
Exploring the Sense of Touch: Secret Feeling Boxes
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Exploring the Sense of Touch: Secret Feeling Boxes
This project makes young children uniquely aware of their sense of touch and its ability to alone give them information about the world around them.
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Demonstrating Photosynthesis: Writing in Grass
Demonstrating Photosynthesis: Writing in Grass
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Demonstrating Photosynthesis: Writing in Grass
This fun experiment provides a concrete and visually striking illustration of photosynthesis.
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Do Some Liquids Expand More than Others When Frozen?
Do Some Liquids Expand More than Others When Frozen?
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Do Some Liquids Expand More than Others When Frozen?
In this science fair project, kids observe the expansion of liquids when frozen and determine if some liquids expand more than others in the freezing process.
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Exploring Static Electricity with Sticky Balloons
Exploring Static Electricity with Sticky Balloons
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Exploring Static Electricity with Sticky Balloons
This science fair project introduces children to static electricity and the idea that electricity is more than lights and plugs.
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Snail Slime
Snail Slime
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Snail Slime
In this awesome science fair project idea, kids will be attempting to pick up different objects using snail slime.
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Discovering the Best Water for Plants
Discovering the Best Water for Plants
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Discovering the Best Water for Plants
Water, along with soil and light, is a necessary component for plant growth. So what's better for promoting plant growth: tap water, or rain water?
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Animal Tracks and Types of Soil
Animal Tracks and Types of Soil
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Animal Tracks and Types of Soil
Learn how different types of soil affect how animal tracks form in this experiment!
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Using Garden Mulch to Make a Bug Zoo
Using Garden Mulch to Make a Bug Zoo
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Using Garden Mulch to Make a Bug Zoo
In this project, create and examine garden mulch to find out what critters live in the messy, muddy layers just above the soil.
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Why Do Plants Wilt?
Why Do Plants Wilt?
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Why Do Plants Wilt?
Why do plants wilt? Kids will learn to think critically about what environmental factors affect plants, and what plants need to survive.
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How to Clean a Fish Tank
How to Clean a Fish Tank
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How to Clean a Fish Tank
Kids will learn how to clean fish tank the natural way. Add catfish to the tank and see if your water gets cleaner.
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Blast Off with a Homemade Rocket Ship!
Blast Off with a Homemade Rocket Ship!
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Blast Off with a Homemade Rocket Ship!
Make a roaring rocket ship toy out of a paper towel roll and some tissue paper.
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No Bake Cookies!
No Bake Cookies!
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No Bake Cookies!
Enjoy making these no bake cookies with the kids and teach them important lessons in early math skills.
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Sand Art Craft
Sand Art Craft
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Sand Art Craft
Teach your kids about colors and patterns while creating a beautiful work of art.
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Kindergarten Resources

If your child is around 5 years of age, you are likely getting ready to start them in kindergarten. Many states require that their school districts offer either a half-day or full-day kindergarten program, so once you find a program for your student, it’s time to start discovering what your child will be learning. Scroll to the bottom of the page to learn more.

Resources for Kindergartners to Become Lifelong Learners

Kindergarten is often a child’s first introduction to school. The Learning Library’s surplus of online resources help new learners transition into the scholastic world of ABCs and 123s. Teachers, parents or tutors can choose from a vast collection of stimulating lesson plans, helpful worksheets, crowd-pleasing games, printable workbooks and other captivating academic tools created by expert teachers.

Interactive stories such as “Three Billy Goats Gruff” are narrated and illustrated with vivid, engaging imagery to get young learners excited about books. Kids can click on individual words to gain familiarity with their letters and sounds. Similarly, visually appealing informational games help keep kids focused. Lesson plans range from educational basics like counting from 1 to 100 to science courses on the fascinating life cycle of a butterfly.

Kindergarten is also a time where many kids are introduced to their peer group. The Learning Library offers important tools to instill healthy social skills such as how to be a friend or what it means to be a good citizen.

A refreshing component of teaching kindergartners is that most subjects are brand new to them. The enjoyable library resources will ensure that their young curiosity continues to blossom.