Try these fun, simple activities that can be shared with children at different times during the day. Any time is a good time to help build vocabulary!
Heading out somewhere? Download and take an activity sheet with you.
Talk about what you see.
Have fun looking at letters wherever you are!
Look around while you are at the park and mark off the items as you see them.
Look around while you are at the library and mark off the items as you see them.
Look around while you are at the grocery store and mark off the items as you see them.
Look around while you are at the doctor's office and mark off the items as you see them.
Look around while you are at the barber shop or hair salon and mark off the items as you see them.
Looking for great math and science projects? Download these activities to do in or out of the house.
This activity can be done outside in the evening and at night in your home!
Which items sink? Which items float?
Take an old sock and put it OVER your shoe when you are outside!
Picking out clothes for work and school can be bun for the whole family.
Mix and create recipes in your own kitchen
Help your child practice some simple addition and subtraction problems with his or her fingers while you tell a fun story.
Make your own "fossils" the next time you are exploring outside.
Make some fun fizzing eruptions with baking soda.
Create Your Own Backyard Dig Site
Time for sitting still? Download and use these activity cards for quiet play interactions.
Young children like to touch and feel things that have texture.
You and your child can share stories with each other
Some books tell the story with pictures
Have fun with rhyming words.
Help your child see the difference between letters
Take time to read with your child and ask questions
Add more words by putting your child's word into a sentence