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.
This activity invites your child to practice naming colors and discover what happens when they combine.
In addition to practicing their letters, kids get hands-on experience classifying (not to mention a hand-eye coordination workout!)
Ready, set, count! This tactile game is perfect for little learners developing their understanding of counting principles.
Bring your HOMER friends to life through imaginary play with this printable!
Use this fun tangram puzzle to “piece” it all together. What this activity lacks in pun, it makes up for in fun (and rhyme).
Just as your child must learn how to read letters, they must also learn to “read” numbers. These activities develop number recognition skills.
To work up to counting, adding, subtracting, and multiplying, your child will first master a universally helpful skill — number recognition!
In this article, we’re here to share some easy, fun number activities that you and your preschooler can try at home!
From Hopscotch to Number Hunt these math games are fun opportunities to building counting, sensory skills, and memory skills.