Enriching Activities for Back to School

Ready? Set. Back to School!

Well maybe, not quite yet. But the first day of school is right around the corner! Give your kids a head start with these 10 fun and creative ways to learn!

Paper Chain Countdown

Paper Chain Countdown

Build up the excitement for your kid’s first day of school with this free printable!

Fancy Word Wall
Fancy Word Wall

Kids get an extra boost on reading with this interactive word game – talk about creative motivation!

Paper Plate Math & Alphabet Game

Paper Plate Math & Alphabet Game

Make an easy learning game with just some paper plates and a brad!

Counting Catapillars

Counting Caterpillars

Practice counting while you make these fun pom pom caterpillars.

idewalk Chalk Mental Math Game

Sidewalk Chalk Mental Math Game

You could practice adding 10’s and 100’s to numbers while you sit inside at a desk, but why do that when you can be outside and learn?

Craft Stick Puzzles

Craft Stick Puzzles

Kids can create their very own personalized puzzle to solve again and again. Choose a favorite photo, greeting card or patterned paper and get started!

Citrus Tree Counting Game

Citrus Tree Counting Game

Create some beautiful counting cards with your toddler or preschooler to practice counting, then display the cards on the wall so they can continue to count and learn.

Pony Bead Counting Board

Pony Bead Counting Board

Your child will have more fun learning to count, if you have them make their own counting board for a fun visual!

Rhyming Treasure Hunt

Rhyming Treasure Hunt

Practice rhyming and teamwork as you and your children go on a rhyming treasure hunt!

Printable Story Cards

Printable Story Cards

Looking for a fun way to fuel your kids’ creativity and communication skills? These 30 story starters will stretch their imaginations and help them spin yarns worth weaving!

One Reply to “Enriching Activities for Back to School”

  1. [email protected] Looking at your back to school activities today gave the idea that creative monthly crates for seniors would be a great way for out of town family to remember each month a possible home bound or infirm relative. Maybe someone could take this idea and run.

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