By GreatSchools Staff
Looking for some fun games and activities to do at home with your preschooler? Check these out!
Have your child find pictures of healthy foods that he likes to eat and then arrange these pictures in a creative collage.
Describe an object and have your child guess what it is.
By sorting and categorizing laundry, your preschooler will begin to build math and problem-solving skills.
By sharing family stories, you will reinforce an understanding of family and how things are similar or different from generation to generation. This provides a building block for studying social studies.
Banging pots and pans, and beating on an oatmeal tin can teach the basics of finding the musical beat.
Have your child explore the sense of smell by having her guess different scents.
Try printmaking to make your own wrapping paper!
In this fun and educational activity your preschooler explores leaves she has collected outside.
In this activity your child learns about families, draws a picture of her family and then tells about someone in the picture.
Have fun with your child making "goop" out of cornstarch and water.
Have your child create a personalized alphabet book.
In this activity, your preschooler makes a collage that expresses different emotions.