This Easter Bunny Maze printable is a great Spring activity! Simply click here to print the maze for your child. What a terrific chance for some colorful creativity! Allow children to use a variety of crayons so they can alternate the colors and textures in their line through this maze printable. There are so many a-maze-ing possibilities for fun . […]
Celebrate President’s Day with some spelling f-u-n! Finish the name of the President featured on each of the bills below. The answers are below if you get stuck! Click here to print the President’s Day Free Printable!
This Valentine’s Day Fortune Finder is a fun activity for the entire family! Just print, color, cut (with child-safe scissors!), and follow the instructions to find your fortune!
Whether it is an art project, puppet show, or this new Winter Sleigh Ride printable, we thank you for making Melissa & Doug a part of your New Year! This time of year is the perfect time to enjoy creative family activities, and kick the New Year off right. Click here to download our new Winter Sleigh […]
Print out this winter-themed scissors skills printable, grab some child-safe scissors and get ready for some creative winter-themed fun! Scissor crafts are a great pre-writing skill builder as they lay the groundwork for proper pencil grip. After cutting out the shapes of this snowflake craft kids can decorate them, create a snowy scene indoors or use them […]
This creative DIY Dolls craft is provided for Melissa & Doug by Michelle McInerney, founder and craft creator behind MollyMoo. Cardboard dolls created to inspire free play – imagination starters from the most basic of craft materials….. cardboard and paint. Make your own DIY Dolls in two simple steps – cut out and paint – First download […]
Looking for a little Autumn-themed fun (that sneaks in a little learning, too)? Then enjoy this printable activity with your child that celebrates this fabulous Fall season. Click to download this Fall matching printable, then ask your child to identify the two leaves that match! Other ways to enjoy this printable are: Ask your child […]
Need a new way to practice basic language concepts? How about different places and manners of articulation? You can do BOTH by putting a new “spin” on the Press and Spin game Bye-Bye Balloon. Speech-language pathologist Kim Lewis, M.Ed., CCC-SLP, offers some clever ways she uses this balloon-themed game for articulation and language practice. Read […]
This back to school lesson is provided by guest blogger Joyce from Childhood Beckons. Do your kids need a few refreshers after a carefree summer? They’ll love getting back into the swing of things with this family favorite! Letter Sounds Pictionary is a great family time activity that sneaks in a bit of learning, which makes it […]