Summertime fun! Find new ways to keep kids active and learning during the summer months with our summer activities.
We asked teachers for their favorite art and craft activities for young children, and sure enough, rolling ball paint made its way to the list! Rolling Ball Painting is an easy activity for preschoolers and other young children that helps them explore color mixing and object movement.printable Summer Learning Art
Try the following activity from Everyday Play, a book chock-full of fun (and easy!) activities to get your child ready for kindergarten.Summer Learning Outdoor Learning Art Seasonal Learning: Fall Science
As teachers of four-year-old children, one of your primary considerations is how to best prepare the children for their transition to kindergarten. Share the following downloadable activity with families to help them prepare their children for kindergarten. It even includes a letter to families explaining how this activity supports school readiness.printable Movement and Play Summer Learning Art
Make this Father’s Day special with this homemade card from 101 Great Gifts Kids Can Make. Father’s Day is right around the corner. Help your child celebrate dad, grandpa, or any other father figure in their life with this simple, yet fun activity that they are sure to love!After School Art
Did you know chores can actually bring your child pleasure and fulfillment? Judith Costello, author of Zen Parenting, believes that children can use daily chores, such as tidying up or cooking a meal, as opportunities to find moments of Zen.Movement and Play
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!
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