How about learning Spanish after school? Print these quick flash cards to get you started!
Once your kids get hooked on this classic strategy game, you'll want to have dice, paper, and a pen with you any time you leave the house.
Kids love glue, and this collage activity will not only end up looking great, it will teach them about shapes and colors! It will keep them entertained for hours, so it's a great idea to do after school!
Get kids moving -- and practicing basic math processes -- with this versatile ball-toss game.
Math and logic come together in Nim, an ancient strategy game that's a cinch to learn!
Parents, now you can reward your kids for meeting weekly or monthly goals!
An empty pizza box gets a sporty transformation into a tabletop soccer arena with this indoor game.
This quick-paced game encourages group creativity, and the resulting drawings are often hilarious.
You can make your own iPod touch speaker dock with an empty toilet paper roll and some colorful paper. Here's how!
Try your hand at the colorful Native American art of sandpainting with this simplified version.
Let them be entertained with this activity book after school!
Create zany desktop dancers from pipe cleaners and pom-poms.
Upgrade your fridge by replacing those outgrown plastic alphabet magnets with these homemade glass-gem beauties.
This contraption demonstrates what physicists call the Bernoulli effect, which explains how the wings of airplanes provide lift. Your kids will think the hovering ball is amazing!!
Flashcards for Learning Spanish
Shut the Box
Educational Art: Teach Kids About Shapes
Beach Ball Math
Back to School Bingo
Monthly Reading Chart
Melted Bead Bowls
Make Your Own iPod Touch Speaker Dock
Wreck-It Ralph Activity Book
Make a Ball Float on Air
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