Looking for something fun to do? Here are some clever ideas to keep your tongues busy!
Want to play around with gravity? Here are some fun tricks you can try out on your friends and family.
Surprise your friends and family with this cool trick of arm levitation!
Here is a fun trick that is also a neat science experiment! Try to catch a coin on your elbow in your hand of the same arm!
Are you good at concentrating? Try this experiment to find out!
Just like magic watch your finger float in the air!
You can cause paper to have only one side! Try this experiment, first discovered by a nineteenth-century German mathematician, August Ferdinand Moebius.
This project gives children the opportunity to solve problems and work together while they build math and spatial skills what will your children create?
Here is a Tall Tale activity for children! It encourages them to use their imagination, helps build listening skills, expands verbal skills, and stimulates creative thinking. (And, it's fun)!
This activity helps children use their imaginations and encourages cooperative play.
Here is an activity that encourages children to use their imaginations while they practice their drawing skills. Children draw characters on cards that can be mixed-up to create new characters.
What do you do with all those empty shipping boxes? Build with them, of course! This activity encourages children to use their imaginations, it enhances their spatial skills, and encourages cooperative play.
Children love to disassemble things! Recycle those old household gadgets and let your kids take them apart... no assembly required!
Turn an ordinary cookie sheet into a learning tool your kids will love to play with. Our Play and Learn Alphabet can be printed on Magnetic Paper, cut apart, and the letter magnets used on a cookie sheet for children to learn letter recognition and practice spelling. The Play and Learn board makes a great travel game, too!
Turn an ordinary cookie sheet into a learning tool your kids will love to play with. Our Play and Learn Vegetable Alphabet can be printed on Magnetic Paper, cut apart, and the letter magnets used on a cookie sheet for children to learn letter recognition and practice spelling.
Here is a simple origami bat that children of all ages can create.
Journals, Memory Books, and Memory Boxes provide wonderful opportunities for children to experience mental, emotional, social, and artistic growth. Here are some ideas to help your child capture their childhood memories.
Playing with paper is a great way to spend the day playing inside with your children!
Want to create some really amazing ice cubes? Try this activity!
If you don't have snow to play with in your area, or if it is too cold to play outside, here is a fun indoor activity that tastes good, too!
This activity allows children to practice recycling and learn more about ecology, environmental degradation, and the scientific process.
Clay seeds pots are a perfect way to save seeds from you garden for replanting in the spring.
A "diamonte" is a seven-line poem that gradually changes from one idea to a direct opposite, and does not rhyme. When the poem is completed, it is in the shape of a diamond. Use our diamonte template to help get you started!
Abbott and Costello performed the classic "Who's on First?"
baseball skit in their 1945 film "The Naughty Nineties". This is a classic skit for kids to perform!
Create a show in a box with our Box Theater idea! This activity allows kids of all ages to let their creativity shine! A perfect activity for indoor play.