Ages: 3 Years +
This teeth brushing activity is a fun way to learn the importance of dental hygiene. Plus, grab our free printable for an easy set up!
This toddler activity is a great way to strengthen fine motor skills and learn about cause & effect. Plus, it’s a crash course in digestion!
Teach your child fine motor skills while strengthening shoulder and arm muscles with this vertical cutting practice activity! Plus, get the free printable!
This mix the heart activity is a fun way to answer the question: red and white make what color? Plus, it is a mess free!
A fun and tactile way to learn the early math concept of number comparison and the symbols greater than, less than, and equal to!
This fishing game for toddlers and preschoolers is the perfect combination of sensory play, fine motor skills, and so much more!
This is a budget friendly way to strengthen fine motor skills. This fine motor skills toy can be made out of household materials in minutes!
Preschoolers can strengthen scissor skills with this silly spoon salon activity! Plus, this comes with a free printable to save you time!
This months of the year activity is all about learning the calendar! Don’t miss our free printable version for busy parents!
A unique, hands on way to learn about the systems of the body. This easy to print, and FREE activity covers 8 body systems!
This alphabet game for preschoolers is a winner! Your child will love making the letters appear like magic. Plus it’s so easy to set-up!
Discover fizzy chemical reactions while channeling their inner Jackson Pollock with this easy experiment to do at home and beyond.
This is all about providing a hands on way for kids to learn coin recognition. You can adapt this based on whatever currency you are teaching!
Introduce your kiddos to chemistry with this fun winter science experiment. All you need is some fake snow with baking soda and vinegar!
Make your own alphabet matching puzzle with just some cardboard, markers, and velcro. A great letter recognition activity for preschoolers.
These DIY snow recipes are perfect for educational sensory play. Learn how to make it with supplies you likely already have at home.
These DIY Christmas tree decorations are out-of-this-world gorgeous! They are homemade ornaments that look just like the Milky Way!
This fun Hanukkah activity for kids helps them learn their numbers and about the Jewish holiday at the same time!
This stained glass art for kids is easy to set-up, is a fun process to create, and results in a beautiful keepsake!
Learn uppercase and lowercase letters with this fun interactive game that you can make out of recycled cardboard!
This egg carton number matching game is super easy to make. It will help your child recognize numbers and learn how to count faster.
This is a super-easy way to teach addition. Everything you need to know about making this early math game using mostly recycled materials!
Use this recipe to make taste-safe foam for young kids. It is a perfect sensory base for little ones who put everything in their mouth!
Make this DIY catapult out of objects you have around the house. This teaches them beginning science!
This is how to make a really easy toddler craft. It helps them improve their fine motor skills, and it’s mess-free!
This color mixing activity is where gross motor, sensory, and science collide to discover how primary colors mix to form secondary colors!
This number recognition game, using leftover cardboard and a pizza box, is a yummy way to play with counting!
Combine color recognition and fine motor skills with this cotton ball rainbow craft! Perfect for preschool, toddlers, and beyond!
Make your own easy shape puzzle out of jumbo craft sticks. A playful way for kids to learn about shapes and colors.
Here’s a fun science experiment that makes DIY crystals overnight! DIY crystals are easy to create and teach kids about chemistry!
This budget-friendly color matching game is a great way for toddlers to learn colors and spark imaginative play!
This pasta activity uses rainbow spaghetti to strengthen toddler fine motor skills. Bonus points for being taste-safe!
This fun shaving cream activity engages your child’s senses. This pretend play set up is perfect for the ice cream lover!
Make this DIY race track out of your leftover toilet paper rolls! It’s so easy and they love playing with it for hours.
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Teach color and letter recognition with this alphabet painting activity. It encourages fine motor skills development too.
Look at how easy it is to make your very own DIY counting puzzle. All you need is some leftover cardboard and wood beads.
Your child will love this color mixing orange activity with yellow and red paint. Even better – there’s no mess!
Looking for a fun way to develop fine motor skills and color recognition? This DIY bottle cap rainbow is perfect.