Improve student's hand-eye coordination with a different type of bowling.
This easy and interesting experiment will teach children about the concepts of solutions, saturation, and density.
Have fun reviewing upper and lower case letters of the alphabet with this Curious George matching game.
Teach your students the rules and strategy for playing Capture the Flag.
A fun finger and hand movement chant that can be altered for younger or older children.
Create designs on plain paper towels using dye and water.
In this arts & crafts activity, students make a crown decorated with leaves. This will make a great project to enjoy around autumn, when children are learning about changing leaves, or as a fun costume accessory for Halloween.
Teach students about cooperation by making a sandwich together.
Pressing flowers and leaves is an excellent way for young children to learn about plants.
Children enjoy this chant and hand jive about making an apple pie.
Students will practice teamwork while getting a complete physical workout.
Use these easy and inexpensive recipes for modeling and projects or to improve hand coordination.
Review the alphabet with a fun task featuring Curious George. In this printable, children are challenged to manipulate the letters in "alphabet" to form as many words as they can.
Make masks and puppets using many different materials including old newspaper, plastic milk jugs, and fabric scraps.
This holiday memory game will challenge your students and keep them interested! Use this printable game to review symbols of Christmas, Hanukkah, and more.
Students will love learning how to play golf with a Frisbee.
Children will create crepe paper flowers that can be used for any occasion, but especially for Mother's Day!
Children will create beautiful flowers using tissue paper. Use yellow tissue paper to make marigolds for Day of the Dead celebrations.
Challenge your students with this fun memory game. The printable activity includes instructions and game pieces with illustrations from the Henry & Mudge series.
Using toothpicks, marshmallows, and their imaginations, students create shapes, structures, and more.
Improve your students' math skills with these fun card games on addition and subtraction. These activities supplement the introduction to playing cards in Dealing with Addition.
Observe how liquids may change to solids and how crystals develop with a fun chemistry activity.
Children will practice patterns and eye-hand coordination while singing this chant.
Students will work together as a team while playing this version of flag football.
Students use an apple as a stamp.
Students can improve their listening and memory skills while being social.
In this arts & crafts activity, students use fallen leaves to make decorative rubbings. This is a fun way to teach students about autumn and the changing seasons while they enjoy demonstrating creativity.
Foster artistic abilities with an activity that builds skills in clay.
Extend and enhance the fun math activities in Domino Addition with this game of human dominoes.
Show students the process of plant life by growing sprouts right in your classroom.
Brighten a rainy day with this printable board game featuring characters from the Henry & Mudge series. The game follows Henry and Mudge as they deal with bad weather.
This ship mobile is the perfect craft for little sailors. Follow the easy directions.
In this activity, children use a pattern to create a miniature Native American tipi.