Make a ocean sensory bin with this easy tutorial that is especially great for using things you have around the house.
Use these bookmarks to keep track of your child’s reading lists (and help them keep their place when reading on the go!)
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.
Use this fun tangram puzzle to “piece” it all together. What this activity lacks in pun, it makes up for in fun (and rhyme).
Practice sensory skills and colors with this yummy cooking activity.
Go on a Summer Safari Party with Doodlin’ Dan the Cowboy Man!
Join our friend, Brian Yanish, author of The Pirates of Smelly Cove on HOMER, as he builds a Pirate Ship with things you have at home!
Bring the beach to you and create a “sandy” sensory bin– all you need is flour and oil!
Make a crafty bug wand with this easy tutorial that is especially great for using recycled materials and things you have around the house.
Here are five games that kids can play together over a video call.