Interest Level: Grade PreK
Genre: Functional and How-To
When will your child learn to run, jump, or throw a ball? Check this reference guide.
From blocks to books to bikes, discover playthings to help build critical learning skills.
Even Ski for Free!
Learn five ways your child develops creative-thinking skills.
Building a foundation for writing starts earlier than you may think! Fine motor skills can be developed in a number of ways. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Fine Motor...
Learning and playing so often go hand in hand for preschoolers. Here are some ways to sneak in fine motor skills practice during your outside playtime. Learning and playing so often go hand in hand for preschoolers. Here are...
To build a strong writer, help your child develop control over her hand's small muscles. To build a strong writer, help your child develop control over her hand's small muscles with these fine motor skill activitie...
Get your child learning while playing in the sand, whether at the beach, playground, or in your own backyard. Get your child learning while playing in the sand, whether at the beach, playground, or in your own backyard. Jodi...
Connecting the dots with a ribbon sharpens shape recognition and fine-motor skills.
A handmade gift little ones love to make.
Shake up a simple picture.
As your baby pushes and moves objects around him, he learns about cause and effect.
Use this coloring page to extend the reading experience of "Goodnight My Duckling," by Nancy Tafuri.
Help your child count and develop his critical-thinking skills by connecting the numbered dots to reveal the hidden image on this Valentine printable.
Have your child find her way through our printable Valentine heart maze. Navigating mazes is a great way to help her develop her writing and critical-thinking skills!
Help your child practice counting and strengthen fine motor skills with this adorable connect-the-dots activity inspired by “A Bunny in the Ballet” by Robert Beck.
Ask your toddler to pick up toothpicks, and sort them in a jar.
Build your child’s fine-motor strength for writing.
Strengthen kids' fine motors skills with this fashion statement.
All wrapped up. For now. A gift-unwrapping activity.