Lunch Bag Kites

Send your preschooler’s drawings soaring! Small motor, science and design skills fly with this simple kite. Ages 2 years & up.

Monster Toast

Make your creepiest creature, cook it, and gobble it all up! This beastie captivates hand-eye coordination and small motor skills too. Ages 3 years & up.

Paper Plate Shake Shaker

Musical amusement is yours with 1, 2, 3 ingredients! This DIY instrument gives early math, science & small motor skills lots of rhythmic practice. Ages 2 years & up.

Paper Towel Paintings

Go from flat to vibrant in two scrunches of a paper towel! It’s painless to paint with this ordinary material and polish your preschooler’s small motor skills and hand-eye coordination too! Ages 2 years & up.

Wheelie Painting

Make colorful tracks with toy cars. Rev up your preschooler’s divergent thinking and small motor skills with these easy prints. Ages 2 years and older.

Tissue Paper Tie Dye

Grab all your colors & go with the flow! It only takes a bit of water and tissue paper to tune in on your child’s science learning & more. 2 years & up.

Moving Marble Prints

Rock, roll & print with marbles! This unconventional way of painting energizes hand-eye coordination and divergent thinking. Ages 4 years & up.

Crinkly Crumpled Paper Designs

Scrunch up something special with tissue paper scraps! Plus it’s perfect preschool hand-eye coordination and small motor skill practice! Ages 3 years & up.

Splashy Splotch Painting

Spill and thrill with paint– no brushes needed! Experimenting with color and movement will stir up your preschooler’s change perception and small motor skills. Ages 2 years & up.

Cyclone in a Glass

Spawn a science storm with sugar, water, and food coloring. This effortless experiment will stir up your preschooler’s change perception and visual acuity. Ages 2 years & up.