Ages: 5 Years +
Teaching colors to toddlers has never been more fun with this color matching worksheet that makes ordinary cotton pads turn vibrant!
Strengthen cutting skills while giving your kids their dream “job” with this fun pet salon activity! Best part? It’s made up of recyclables!
Explore the deep blue sea and all of its creatures with this fun ocean activity play dough kit. Includes all the details on kit items!
A tiny bit of sand and a few simple ingredients create this easy no-bake sand play dough recipe for a fun textured-filled sensory experience!
This galaxy in a jar is a fun DIY craft to get kids excited about space exploration. Best part for grown ups? The set-up is so simple!
This simple slime recipe looks just like an egg! Not only is it taste-safe, but it also makes for a fun egg-making pretend play set up!
Painting on ice is a fun way to not only be creative with art, but also learn the science behind melting and freezing points!
Colorful popsicles are so easy to make! Follow my simple hack for creating perfectly layered popsicles and you’ll be making them in no time!
This ocean sensory bin is not only a fun way to spark imaginative play with sand and sea creatures, but it’s also so simple to set up!
All you need to know about how to make a maze using natural materials. A fun way to not only get kids outside, but also have them crafting!
This food coloring experiment is a fun way to learn density, dissolving, & diffusion. So simple to set up & it looks like fireworks in a jar!
This “Be Kind” Cricut shirt design is adorable! The Cricut Joy is so user friendly, follow these simples steps to make shirts in minutes!
This sink or float experiment is a great way to demonstrate density. The set up is super adaptable, base it on what you have around the home!
With just a handful of simple ingredients, this easy to make play dough recipe is a fast, no-cook way to make the ultimate sensory base!
Make your own Feed the Cookie Monster game. It is super budget friendly and teaches number recognition while strengthening fine motor skills.
This dinosaur kids craft is super easy to create and makes a great handprint keepsake! Read on for tips for making the perfect handprints!
Splatter paint art is a fun way to express yourself artistically! Here are some tips on making the most of this messy yet awesome activity!
This toothpick star science experiment is just like magic! And all you need are a few simple supplies: toothpicks and water!
Oobleck experiments are so easy to set up and are such a great sensory experience! Here’s everything you need to know about it!
This blooming paper flower experiment is magical! Grab our free printable with flowers you can cut out in different shapes and colors!
Does your kiddo love squishy and stretchy toys?! This DIY stress toy is super easy to make and is a budget-friendly way to get out that urge to squish!
Make alphabet learning fun with this Alphabet Coin game! It’s the perfect way to combine ABC learning with fine motor skills, too!
This nature walk scavenger hunt is a fun way to explore the beautiful colors outside that will turn into a creative colorful art project!
Elephant Toothpaste for kids is a fun experiment with a foamy reaction! Here is everything you need to know to do it yourself!
This shapes activity for kids is a great way to strengthen shape recognition! Make this puzzle yourself, or download our free printable!
This alphabet matching game is a fun way to learn uppercase and lowercase letters! It is perfect for the ice cream lover!
This is everything you ever needed to know about water beads. Learn how to make them, how to store them, and how to dispose of them.
DIY peg dolls are surprisingly easy to make! Discover just how simple it is to make this fantastic open ended toy that sparks imaginations!
Counting and adding have never been so fun! This Pre K math activity is a great hands on way to learn how to count and do simple addition.
Are you on the hunt for an easy activity for toddlers? This activity is all about color recognition and strengthening fine motor skills!
This rainbow science experiment is a colorful way to explore chemical reactions! Plus, all you need are some common household items!
Bubble slime is slime you can pop! With only just a few ingredients, whipping up a batch is so simple and oh so entertaining to play with!
This Earth Day craft for kids is a super fun way to celebrate our planet! Even the youngest of kids can enjoy making this fun collage.
Here is a fun tracing activity for preschoolers and toddlers! They are easy to print and a great way to prepare young kids for writing!
What are fine motor skills? In this article you will find out why they are essential and ways we can help strengthen them in young kids!
This dinosaur activity using pegs is a fun way to strengthen fine motor skills while learning colors and counting.
This science experiment with food will teach kids about the plant life cycle, basic gardening skills, and even the scientific method.
Filling up a recycled bottle with pasta is great for fine motor skills development! Bonus points for adding a color recognition game!
This mix the leaf activity is a fun way to answer the question: blue and yellow make what color? Plus, it’s mess free!
Trim the leprechaun’s beard and 20 other free St. Patrick’s Day printable activities! Also includes pages for alphabet, writing, math & more!
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!
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 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 fun shaving cream activity engages your child’s senses. This pretend play set up is perfect for the ice cream lover!