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.
Soft, squishy and ready for play in five minutes or less! Kneading play dough exercises science learning, small and large motor skills with tactile fun. Ages 2 years & up
Invent your own shapes with a little string, glue and science. These easy, sensory sculptures mold your preschooler’s creativity and visual acuity too! Ages 3 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.
Sail away with protein and veggies in these easy-to make treats! Your preschooler’s imagination, small motor skills and tummy will benefit from making this healthy snack. Ages 3 years and older.
This rock hunt leads to your own kooky treasures. Dreaming up pebbly pets with your preschooler reveals their divergent thinking and small motor skills too. Ages 2 years & older.