Summertime is fun time! These water activities range from making your own sprinkler to building water balloon pinatas, and a whole lot more.
Kids will have a blast digging up all kinds of things around the house and yard with these creative scavenger hunts that are fun for all ages.
Birding is a great way for kids to learn about the outdoors and become citizen scientists! Check out our tips for birding for kids here.
A collection of 13 throwing games for kids including overhand throwing games, underhand throwing games, football throwing games, and instructions on how to
If your family can spend time outdoors, these outdoor toys and games are worth checking out. After all, learning doesn't only take place in classrooms!
Get four printable scavenger hunts for kids, including a reading scavenger hunt, a five senses scavenger hunt, a shape scavenger hunt, and more.
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to conduct these easy science experiments, using items you already have in your kitchen, bathroom, or backyard.
Take a stroll outside to gather materials, then make beautiful and unique nature crafts using sticks, stones, leaves, acorns, and more.
There are so many fun hands-on outdoor science activities to try! Blow the best bubbles, build a water wheel or wind turbine, make a dirt battery, and more.
These Never Starting Tales free lessons, activities, and worksheets help kids get outside to learn as they connect to fairy-tale character's adventures.
With schools closed through the end of the year, many activities are cancelled. Fortunately, families can recreate field day at home.
From websites to games to hands-on projects, we've rounded up some of the best resources for learning at home, all summer long.
Tool play is so important for children, and develops many key skills and abilities. Using tools in forest school allows children to experience danger in…
Whether you are ready to defend a mystical kingdom or take a trip to the Jurassic era, here are some of the best Chicago field trip ideas.