Constructive and dramatic play are two more ingredients that are essential to building your preschooler’s creative skills. Today we share simple ways to make the fun part of your everyday.
Give your bitty boxes some personality! These DIY toys make recycling and preschool small motor skills practice a good time. Ages 3 years & up.
Housebound? Take action with an inside obstacle course! Your preschooler’s creative thinking and large muscles will work together to tackle this challenging fun. Ages 2 years & up.
Tinkering, messing around with materials and creating things is what engineering looks like in early childhood. Here’s how to strengthen your preschooler’s creative skills that grown-up scientists, engineers, and mathematicians use everyday.
Insects are about to hatch from your egg cartons! Fashioning this DIY toy builds small motor skills and hand-eye coordination too. Ages 3 years and older. Ages 3 years and older.
Bring your empty juice boxes back to life as quirky, puppet friends. This pretend play strengthens your child’s small motor skills plus their ability to see simple items in creative ways. Ages 3 years & up.