Summertime fun! Find new ways to keep kids active and learning during the summer months with our summer activities.
Creativity and imagination are higher-level skills, so it is critical that parents provide plenty of opportunities for young children to develop them! This cute, creative game is sure to help your toddlers and two-year-olds take a "step" in the right direction.Movement and Play Infant & Toddler Social Emotional
Everybody loves a party, so why save the fun for birthdays? Any day can be a party day! These party hats are great for birthday parties (or even holiday parties)! Of course there is really no need for a special occasion to celebrate. Have a "just because" celebration with hats, cake, and games.Art Seasonal Learning: Winter
Because of the "icky" factor, children seldom get a chance to explore the decomposition process and its important role in life. Pumpkin season is a prime opportunity to investigate decomposition with your children and to observe the changes in pumpkins over time.Science
There's no such thing as too much Fourth of July fun! Whether it's creating a star-studded pizza, hosting your own 4th of July parade, or becoming president for the day, this Independence Day is sure to be fun (and maybe even the teeniest bit educational) with these creative activity ideas!Events Summer Learning Art
Prevent summer slide with fun games and activities for kids. Infants can enjoy gross motor activities outside while toddlers and preschoolers explore the lush summer flora. Summer activities are fun for the whole family!
Browse through lists, author interviews, excerpts, and articles that connect theory and best practice in early childhood education.Browse All Resources