Use these printable lunchbox notes to send a mid-day confidence boost!
Make a ocean sensory bin with this easy tutorial that is especially great for using things you have around the house.
This scavenger hunt gets kids outside while practicing following directions and building memory skills.
Sounding out words helps kids learn about how to blend sounds, which can help improve their overall reading skills.
We’ll share six fun activities that you can try at home with your child to help make learning shapes both educational and entertaining.
Use the world of sports as inspiration for movement games and co-play activities.
Use these bookmarks to keep track of your child’s reading lists (and help them keep their place when reading on the go!)
With minimal equipment required, these activities can be set up within minutes and provide unlimited fun.
HOMER is here with 10 fun, educational, and exciting counting activities.
Practice identifying, expressing, and responding to emotions through play with this printable.
Use art to spark conversation with your child about what kindness is and how to practice it at home.
This field-game-inspired obstacle course is the perfect active play activity for multiple kids on hot summer days.