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.
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.
Reflect your child’s imagination with this easy, three-for-one activity. Drawing, painting and printing their own kaleidoscope makes your preschooler’s change perception and science learning shine. Ages 3 years and older.
Animal crackers come to life under the spell of your child’s imagination. This snack gets your preschooler moving using their creativity and large motor skills. Ages 2 years and older.
One, two, three, turtle! Nourish preschool math and small motor skills with this fruity, quick, creative snack. Ages 2 years & up
Bring kids of all ages together to invent simple, snuggly games. So grab your coziest blanket– it’s time to make magic with your preschooler’s creative movement and sensory play. Ages 2 years & up.
Venture outside and tune in to the symphony of your child’s world. Careful listening in the open-air helps develop a preschooler’s environmental awareness, social and audio perception skills. Ages 2 years & older.
Take paper plates through the looking glass to find silly and fantastic hats of all kinds. Your preschooler will discover adventurous uses for everyday items while honing their small motor skills and hand-eye coordination. 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.
Welcome some funky syncopation on a breezy day. Floating friends help embrace your child’s creative movement and encourage divergent thinking. Ages 3 years & older.