Do you want to play a game? Try these brain boosting educational games that make learning fun (and sneaky).
Your child might not be able to find Pakistan on a map, but teaching her about all kinds of cultures is no more complicated than playing a game. So next time you hear "Mommy, I'm bored!" spark your kid's sense of adventure by adding fresh international flavor to outdoor fun time. Invite her pals over, spin the globe, and pick out a location. Laughter needs no translation.
Help your kids learn about our feathered friends this winter by hanging our carton feeder in a window.
Here's a hands-on way to boost early literacy skills and get your child ready for a lifetime of reading adventures
Forget flash cards! Tackling vocabulary homework is a lot more fun with this bouncy outdoor activity.
These board games may be old school, but they're still a super-fun way to teach kids about following rules, fairness, and more.
Astound your kids and show them nature's laws in action with this cool learning activity.
These educational games, crafts, and activities are easy ways to incorporate learning into everyday life.
This simple at-home science experiment lets kids create a fascinating chemical reaction--and make a sparkly memento, too.
Increase math fluency -- and have some supersized fun -- with these giant DIY dice.
Author, teacher, and FamilyFun blogger Emily Neuburger shares crafts and activities for sparking kids' imaginations.
Spell it out, outside! This game puts a super-size spin on an old classic -- and boosts basic literacy skills -- by transforming word-building into an active learning challenge.
Get your kids interested in science, technology, engineering, art, and math with these educational (and fun!) activities.
Learning outside of the classroom can be a ton of fun, and technology has given parents a new set of options. Choose the best, age-appropriate electronic toys for your child to keep her entertained and engaged.
Shake, rattle, and roll your way into these fun activities.
Get kids moving--and practicing basic number skills--with a game of calculator hopscotch
This project gives kids some practice in working with numbers -- and a close-up view of spring's arrival.
Let your kids make a splash -- and soak up some number skills over the summer -- with these simple games.
For practicing homework subjects as varied as reading, geography, and math, this fun and infinitely reusable study aid will stretch your kid's mind.
Kids can create their own stormy weather -- and play with shaving cream -- doing this simple science experiment.
What does it take to amaze a kid? How about using ordinary objects to do what seems impossible? Check out the challenges presented here to learn their secrets.
A homemade barometer lets kids play meteorologist -- and gain science know-how in the process.
A creative project helps children understand the awe-inspiring effects of the August sun.
Help your child check out a slew of books with the help of this surprise-filled incentive board.
By flashlight or daylight, this supercool tool for learning about constellations will turn your kid into a night-sky whiz.