Candle Salad

Light up a meal with this easy, fruity, festive salad! It’s delicious and delightful for preschool math and small motor skills. Ages 2 years & up.

Celebrate Diversity Before Kindergarten

By age 3 children are aware of differences in language, skin color, and customs. Here are 6 easy ideas to grow your preschooler’s ability to respect differences, including their own.

Shapely Paper Spirals

Take your party from flat to 3D in seconds! Creating these deliriously easy, bouncy sculptures practices math and small motor skills too. Ages 4 years & up.

Foil Formations

Feel the crunch in a good way! Aluminum foil used as an extra-ordinary modeling material will shape your child’s small muscles and divergent thinking. Ages 3 years & older.

Magical Ice Coloring

Mesmerize with melting ice and color mixing. Flex your child’s small motor and hand-eye coordination skills while introducing basic science. Ages 3 years & older.