Do you always have to use a brush to make great paintings?
Science springs to life when little ones move with the breeze.
Use common kitchen supplies to create a colorful critter.
Exercise your child's brain with this 1,000-year-old Chinese game.
Ask your child: How would you end that fairy tale?
Take advantage of bubbles’ endless learning benefits with these fun (and sometimes messy) activities.
If your 3rd-5th grader is looking for a challenge, try these advanced books and activities.
The best activities, educational puzzlers, and just-for-fun games -- your child can enjoy them for hours.
This colorful pillow project encourages imagination and creativity.
Use the below activities to ignite your child’s passion, nurture a weak area, or foster the advancement of a strength.