Create your very own alphabet mini book with this beautiful template!
Follow the prompts to make a nurse paper doll, then sit down for an interview with them!
Children create a mini alphabet book of their own with this sweet tracing activity.
Follow the prompts to make a firefighter paper doll, then sit down for an interview with them!
Bring out your child’s creative side with this fun Halloween-themed craft.
What are your favorite things? Young learners talking about themselves, so help your little one cut out the pages to write their own mini book.
Little puppeteers will love re-enacting the classic story of these three silly pigs, using finger puppets they can color and create themselves!
Follow the prompts to make a scout leader paper doll, then sit down for an interview with them!
Follow the prompts to make a police officer paper doll, then sit down for an interview with them!
Give your little one a head start on writing her ABC's! She'll get to cut out these shapes and arrange them to make a capital letter "A".
These beautiful story cards are a great way to help your child build confidence in her speaking and storytelling skills.
Follow the prompts to make a doctor paper doll, then sit down for an interview with them!
Help your little learner practice forming the letter shapes of the alphabet! She'll get to put these parts of the letter "B" together, just like a puzzle.
Differentiating between different kinds of objects, and sorting healthy veggies from candy, are both important skills for young learners.
Deconstruct the ABCs with your little learner! She'll form the letter L from these cut-out shapes, a great way to start her practicing her letter recognition.
Enjoy a fun alphabet activity with your little one. She'll get to put together these shapes to make the letter "C".
Flip through a story flipbook with your child, a great way to teach about beginning, middle and end.
The letter "O" is also a shape! Help your little one form these semi-circle shapes into a capital letter "O" with this paper puzzle activity.
Capture the excitement of Little Red Riding Hood with these four finger puppets.
With this fun printable, your child will practice categorizing which of the food items belong in the fruit bowl.
With just a roll of the dice, little storytellers will get to work their imaginations to weave each item into their story.
Follow the prompts to make a lunch hero paper doll, then sit down for an interview with them!
Here's the perfect way to keep your kid busy on an extra long flight. Help your kid hone his fine motor skills while creating both a shark and a hippo puppet.
Does your little one know her ABC's? Help her start forming letters with an alphabet cut-out shapes activity!
These colorful shapes look out of place! Put them together to form a capital letter Y. Help your little one build pre-handwriting skills with this activity.