Summertime fun! Find new ways to keep kids active and learning during the summer months with our summer activities.
Parachute play is a great way to help children develop large motor skills and exercise indoors on a cold, winter day. With this creative activity from Learn Every Day About Seasons, your children ages 3+ will have a blast as they learn how to follow directions and work as a group. All you will need to do beforehand is cut out a few paper snowflakes!Movement and Play Seasonal Learning: Winter
Looking for the perfect stocking stuffer for “rookie” parents, “third-time’s-the-charm” parents, or even “been-there-done-that” grandparents? You’re in luck! Gryphon House is counting down our favorite picks for parents. Whether you’re looking to spice up a holiday road trip, explore some exciting art activities, or bring out your baby’s “baby smarts,” we’ve got a book for that!Art
The Budding Chef is brimming with tasty kitchen adventures for you and your child to enjoy together! With a cup of wonder, a teaspoon of laughter, and a scoop of fun, the recipes and activities in The Budding Chef will help you share cooking’s magical moments.Cooking
What do plungers, popsicles and pebbles all have in common? They’re easy, wacky, crazy materials that can be used to create beautiful art!Art
Fine motor skills are a stepping-stone for school readiness. Start by developing children's scissor skills and bilateral hand skills with this fun craft activity from Everyday Play: Fun Games to Develop the Fine Motor Skills Your Child Needs for School.Movement and Play
Foster a love of reading in your children with this playful approach to building literacy skills. Based on the award-winning PBS series Between the Lions, What Does a Lion Say? is filled with fun and easy literacy games for you and your children to play together anytime, anywhere--in the car, at the doctor’s office, at home, or even on a trip!Literacy
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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