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Parents: Learning Activities for Kids

Inspire your child’s imagination and support learning with our fun at-home activities.


Parents: Learning Activities for Kids

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3 teacher-tested strategies to help prevent a “summer slide."

Taking a Hands-on Approach to Preventing the Summer Slide

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Tips to help your child link books with creative play activities and encourage a love for reading.

Let's Play With Books

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This sophisticated flower craft is translated into an at-home activity you can do with your kids.

5 dice games that help kids practice math facts, and develop a stronger understanding of whole numbers, fractions, and decimals.

Math Games: Using Dice With Kids Aged 8-13

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3 useful, fun and FREE ways to keep kids learning all summer long.

Summer Learning Series Part 1: Great Offerings to Stem the Summer Slide

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May is Get Caught Reading Month! Celebrate with these fun ideas.

Get Caught Reading in May

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Bring out your kid's (and your!) inner artist with this Eric Carle-inspired tissue paper collage craft.

Tissue Paper and Liquid Starch Collage

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6 fun, play-anywhere dice games that will strengthen math skills for kids aged 3-7.

Math Games: Using Dice With Kids Aged 3-7

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6 important outdoor safety tips for kids.

Outdoor Safety Tips for Kids

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Giving your child opportunities to connect with nature helps develop many crucial skills. Find tips and earth-friendly activities here.

Growing Up Green

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Recommendations for digital word games (online games and iPad apps).

Digital Word Games for Kids

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5 great books about the Earth for toddlers and preschoolers.

Books About Earth Day for Your Tiny Environmentalist

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Help your child practice math facts with this free baseball printable.

Math Printable: Solve B (for Baseball)

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Learn how to help your kids create a moveable puppet of their favorite animal.

Simple grade-specific ideas to incorporate math into your March Madness viewing.

Tips to help parents better understand and engage children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

Try this fun caterpillar craft to celebrate Very Hungry Caterpillar Day (or any day!) with your child.

Use these tips to get your kids to use math while watching March Madness games.

A snow-stencil activity your kids will love!

Is your family into March Madness? Here's a fun (and educational!) tradition to start with your kids.