Are kids getting bored this Summer? Are you worried about them forgetting what they’ve learned during the long break? Look no further! Here is a wonderful list of fun and hands-on activities that involve learning, too!
Summer Learning Activities
Younger kids are very excited to learn to write on their own. Taking this activity outside is just the ticket to take learning to a new level!
Preschoolers are going to have a blast with all of these activities! Take a look at how creative you can get and find ways to make any and every activity an educational one!
Have your kids ever made ice Legos? In this post, you will learn how to make them and you can use them for many learning activities from adding to engineering to making letters out of the Legos!
Ever want to experiment with dry ice? This cool craft is a perfect way to teach your kids a little about science while having a ton of fun!
Ever want to build something both useful and exciting out of Legos? Kids will love using their toys to build something that will dispense yummy treats!
Do your kids like building things? Let them design all kinds of buildings with marshmallows and toothpicks! The supplies is easy to come by and isn’t too costly!
Want to make something in the oven but it’s hot outside so you don’t want to heat up the house? Make your own solar oven with your kids and teach them about light and heat while enjoying the tasty results!
Babies, toddlers, and big kids! This simple craft is one kids of all ages will absolutely love and can be made with basic supplies found around the house!
Hands-on Learning Activities
Already made your typical vinegar/backing soda volcano? Wouldn’t it be more exciting if it had sound? Add one simple ingredient and listen to it pop for minutes!
Already tried your basic mentos and coke geyser? Ramp up the excitement by making it into a rocket and watching it fly!
Kids interested in learning about insects? This discovery box will let your kids get a closer look and see them from nearly every angle!
Need to get your kids outside for the summer? Use this scavenger hunt to get them outdoors and involved in nature!
Do your kids like music and color? Use this science experiment to help them learn about sound and what a little water in jars can do!
Do your kids like drawing? Teach them about recycling and help them make their own paper!
More Summer Fun!
Teach kids about pressure and use sweet treats and coke to make a balloon expand!
Kids love plants? Already dyed flowers? Teach them how awesome nature really is by dying flowers with not one, but two colors!
Want a fun way to teach your kids math? Use these awesome boats to make it more interesting!
Don’t want your kids to forget everything they learned in school over the summer? Use fun summer review packets to help them remember everything they learned!
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