Learn the letters of the alphabet and the names of animals that begin with each letter. Then add color and turn this worksheet into a placemat!
In this two-part project, children will choose five things they are thankful for, and write them on feathers.
Follow the prompts to make a nurse paper doll, then sit down for an interview with them!
Follow the prompts to make a firefighter paper doll, then sit down for an interview with them!
Preschoolers work on their letter recognition and name-writing skills with this sweet placemat craft project.
Young learners will flip over this interchangeable story set! They'll learn about story structure and build pre-reading comprehension skills.
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!
Follow the prompts to make a doctor paper doll, then sit down for an interview with them!
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.
Learn the alphabet and the names of delicious vegetables that begin with each letter by completing this coloring activity that can also be used as a placemat!
Keep your little cub occupied with these adorable animal dice. Easy to cut and construct, these dice pack lots of learning!
Flip through multiple beginnings, middles and ends of this colorful story! First, help your child use scissors to cut out the story.
Follow the prompts to make a lunch hero paper doll, then sit down for an interview with them!
Here's a fun activity that will help your child learn to cut on a line, practice fine motor control, and create a beautiful garland, too.
Kids love to hear about themselves. And reading about themselves is even better! This personal yearbook will let them record all their important facts.
In this creative arts and crafts activity, children will design and create their very own alphabet tree!
Help your preschooler craft her very own announcement to celebrate the special transition to "big kids" school!
Help your preschooler celebrate his big day by crafting a special, sparkly diploma frame to celebrate his achievement!
Catch the dance mash fever with this catchy and foot-tapping activity that's all about movement and Halloween fun!
Winter is a great time to create a textured polar bear. Not only will your child gain practice identifying shapes, they'll also work on fine motor skills.
In this activity, your kid will cut rectangles, circles and triangles to create a portrait of the jolliest man of them all: Santa Claus!
This season, your child will make his very own candy cane decoration. He can make a bunch and put them all around your home!
Your little one can welcome the reindeer with an adorable reindeer portrait all while learning the difference between small, medium and large.
Your child can count down the days until Christmas while giving Santa's beard a trim. This adorable project bolsters counting and number recognition skills.