Today’s post about our Mothers Day tradition is part of the blog hop, Motherhood: Celebrating Differences, hosted by Mari of Inspired by Family. Kids Activities Blog hopes that you have a very special Mother’s Day and maybe even start a tradition in your own family. Be sure to check out the other Mother’s Day […]
Here’s a great math game to help your child have fun while learning. Blocks in geometric shapes can make a great learning tool, especially when a mystery bag is involved. Read on and you’ll see why Kids Activities Blog thinks little kids will just love this hands on math game. Math Game Children learn […]
This math game for kids makes learning to count fun. Kids will actually want to practice counting because math with cards feels more like a game than learning. Kids Activities Blog hopes you enjoy this cute card game called Snap Plus One. Math Game for Kids Does your child know how to count to ten or beyond, […]
Does your child love building with LEGOs? If so, they will love the monthly LEGO Club Meetings at local LEGO stores. Monthly LEGO Club Meetings take place at all LEGO stores. Club members meet on Saturday mornings one hour before the store opens. Kids have so much fun participating in the theme games and building […]
Understanding what a word family is can be an important pre-reading skill for preschoolers. Here are some great early reading activities that re-use bottle caps for learning fun. Kids Activities Blog hopes you enjoy this fun activity with your child. Word Family Game Bottle caps are great for so many kids’ crafts and activities, but […]
This reading game for preschoolers is so colorful and cute! They will learn letter case (upper and lower) through a simple matching game. This is a wonderful addition to the many great early reading activities you will find here on Kids Activities Blog. Reading Game It has been said that at the end of every […]
Are you wondering how to incorporate physical fitness into your preschooler’s day? Try these great alphabet exercises with your child and they will learn while they are moving their bodies. We love to make learning and moving fun here at Kids Activities Blog. Physical Fitness It is important for all kids to move in order to […]
This week’s pick for our best blog feature is B-Inspired Mama. We are featuring an interview with Krissy today and rounding up some of our favorite B-Inspired Mama posts this afternoon. Kids Activities Blog is so excited about our best blog series. We are hoping to introduce you to some sites you won’t want to miss! Best Blog B-Inspired Mama connects […]
Kids love a good drawing game and it also helps to develop their hand muscles which helps as they are learning to write. This creative game uses simple drawing prompts to spark imaginations. Kids Activities Blog loves family games and this is one of our favorites. Drawing Game We love to play this fun and […]
What is your favorite game to play with your child? Have you thought about trying to make your own game based on holiday theme or simply something your child is really interested in? Here is a great explanation on how to make a file folder game that your child will love. We at Kids Activities Blog […]
This week’s pick for our best blog feature is Octavia and Vicky. We are featuring an interview with Kylie today and rounding up some of our favorite Octavia and Vicky posts this afternoon. Kids Activities Blog is so excited about our best blog series. We are hoping to introduce you to some sites you won’t want to miss! Best Blog […]
Here are some activities to go along with the wonderful Mo Willems book, Knuffle Bunny. There are so many wonderful choices in kids literature but any story can come to life for a child if you throw in a few book inspired activities. Kids Activities Blog is hopes you and your child enjoy this exciting activity together. […]
This week’s pick for our best blog feature is My Poppet. We are featuring an interview with Cintia today and rounding up some of our favorite My Poppet posts this afternoon. Kids Activities Blog is so excited about our best blog series. We are hoping to introduce you to some sites you won’t want to miss! Best Blog My […]
Jennifer Kincaid is a San Francisco-based multimedia artist and independent producer working in Crowdsource Art and Audience-Interactive Participation Art. Her work focuses on facilitating audiences to explore, discover and be seen through creativity and community.
Whether rendering an internal landscape in autobiographical abstract paintings, capturing a found moment in photography, or facilitating creative interaction through crowdsource art projects, Jennifer’s work is about moving through life with the urge to create and connect. In all her compositions, she seeks to illuminate the personal experience.
Shaunna writes at Fantastic Fun and Learning about the hands-on activities and crafts she does with her 2 daughters and 2 little boys who join them for at home preschool. Shaunna
has a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, and she enjoyed teaching kindergarten and first grade for seven years. She can also be found sharing on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/FantasticFunAndLearning), Twitter (http://twitter.com/Shaunna_FFL) @Shaunna_FFL, Pinterest (http://pinterest.com/shaunnaevans/) and Google+ (http://plus.google.com/ b/114184359195382322220/114184359195382322220/posts).
Easter is coming and we think you’ll like this idea for Easter cupcakes. There are two cute cupcake ideas that your kids will love to help you make. Kids Activities Blog hopes you enjoy this super cute Easter dessert. Easter Cupcakes We are going to make Easter bunnies and basket cupcakes! Materials Needed: cake […]
This week’s pick for our best blog feature is Mama Miss. We are featuring an interview with Melissa today and rounding up some of our favorite Mama Miss posts this afternoon. Kids Activities Blog is so excited about our best blog series. We are hoping to introduce you to some sites you won’t want to miss! Best Blog On […]
Pranks for kids can be great fun with April Fool’s Day approaching. “April Fools!” , we shout to one another after pulling a super fun prank on them. For years, our family has enjoyed this silly holiday, trying to trick one another with harmless fun. There are a TON of great ideas floating around out […]
An egg experiment was necessary in our home this weekend. We were preparing for some serious egg decorating but lost track of which bowls contained raw egg or boiled egg. Without having to crack an egg, we used egg physics to help us solve our problem. We at Kids Activities Blog hope that you find […]
Preschool Math by Robert A Williams and Joy Lubawy is an excellent book with lots of easy and inexpensive math activities for preschoolers. One lesson within this book is an exercise on simple graphs. Kids Activities Blog loves this activity for preschoolers and hope you will come back to share with us what your child’s favorite […]
This week’s pick for our best blog feature is All Done Monkey. We are featuring an interview with Leanna today and rounding up some of our favorite All Done Monkey posts this afternoon. Kids Activities Blog is so excited about our best blog series. We are hoping to introduce you to some sites you won’t want to miss! Best Blog […]
This Easter activity practices fine motor skills, color sorting, and early literacy skills. Kids will have fun with these color sort activities especially when colorful pom poms are used for Easter eggs. Stay tuned to Kids Activities Blog for more great Easter activities for kids. Easter Activity Sorting things into groups is a form of classification. […]