Learn to spell your name and make a rainbow!

Learn to Spell Your Name & Make a Rainbow

Preschoolers love everything about their name! This is a fun activity to learn to spell your name, plus they get to make a colorful rainbow in the process!

Go on a color scavenger hunt around the house for toys to make a rainbow.

Toy Color Scavenger Hunt to Make a Rainbow!

Go on a color scavenger hunt around the house for toys to make a rainbow. Scavenger hunts are always fun for kids, and learn colors while making a rainbow!

Pom pom learning games on the stairs

Pom Pom Learning Games on the Stairs

Learning with pom poms can be active and fun! These pom pom learning games can be adapted to whatever your kids are learning. We did numbers and his name.

Count and compare the 'snowballs' that fit in a shape to measure the area

Comparing Shapes with Snowballs

I set up a shape activity for comparing shapes, more specifically, the size of the shapes. And since its winter, I had to make a snowball activity! In big math talk, we’re talking [very loosely] about the area of shapes. With my trusty painter’s tape, I taped out four different shapes on the floor. A […]

Make a treasure hunt to make sight words!

Make a Treasure Hunt to Make Sight Words

We haven’t done a scavenger hunt since we did our Christmas flashlight scavenger hunt, so I thought it would be fun to make a treasure hunt using a floor plan as the map. And Henry has had way too many days off for Christmas break [school keeps getting cancelled for cold weather! -20F degrees does […]

Sight Word Jump & Grab

Sight Word Jump & Grab

How about a sight word jump and grab activity to get the kids moving and learning? We’re just stuck on sight words around here lately. Trying to get Henry moving forward on his lists. We did another sight word activity to practice his most current list. I quickly wrote his list of words each on […]

Crack the secret code, simple for kids learning to read

Crack the Secret Code for Kids

Creating a secret code for kids to decipher, or crack the code, is great for reading, great for writing, and even great for problem solving! This simple secret code is great for kindergartners practicing their sight words. Alissa of Creative with Kids shared on Google+ a photo of her son deciphering a secret code using […]