Thanksgiving is just around the corner! Create something special with your kids and share what you are thankful for!
This activity helps children practice sorting and hand-eye coordination at the same time. During craft time, create hungry shape monsters by cutting out different shapes from construction paper and decorating them.
This hands on Halloween activity involves so many opportunities for growth and development and of course candy!
We are excited to share a simple activity and craft that incorporates math practice into everyday play! Grab some paint and get ready for some creative ways to explore addition and subtraction.
Get up and move around your foam letter mats to unlock great games and many fun spelling opportunities!
Click here for a fun activity that will get your kids jumping while learning fundamental math skills!
Pattern recognition builds a foundation for early problem solving and basic math skills. Try these fun activities you can do with your children that will involve lots of shapes, colors, and snacks!
If you have kids (or a pool), you likely have some old pool noodles lying around the house. Pool noodles are one of the most versatile play tools, and they don’t get enough attention!