We teach kids about germinating seeds and growing seeds and that’s wonderful, but taking the time to save seeds with kids teaches them where seeds come from and it’s a great STEM project.
There are so many fun things you can do indoors on a rainy day. This indoor scavenger hunt for kids will keep your kids busy for hours.
Looking for outdoor games for younger kids? Check out this wooden tic tac toe game and other garden games for kids you can make for cheap or even free.
Easter is a great time to get together and have some fun. Kids learn social skills at family events like an Easter egg hunt or Easter party.
Making Shrinky dinks is so much fun. If you’re going to take the time to make something, you want to use the best colors to use on Shrinky dinks for the best outcome.
Cooking with kids teaches them many skills including math, taking turns, and fine motor skills. Check out these kids cookbook recipes for daycare cookbook.
Shrinky dinks Christmas ornaments are so much fun. I have fond memories of making Shrinky dinks and watching them shrink up in the oven.
Coming up with home daycare field trip ideas is easy to do if you use a little creativity with what’s in your area. Field trips teach kids many things and they are fun.
Learning shapes and colors is an important part of school readiness skills. See how easy and fun it can be with shape bean bags.
Would your kids love to grow their own plant eco-systems at home? Help them build these DIY terrariums for kids and learn a ton about science.