During difficult times many of us have been thrown, without warning or prep time, into the role of homeschooling our children. When paired with the tasks of everyday life as well as the stress of these uncertain times, it may feel overwhelming. This list of 10 Preschool Activities will help you plan fun, simple, entertaining, and inexpensive ways to keep your children learning, playing, exploring, and imagining. The best part is, you probably already have most, or all, of these supplies at home.
10 Easy Preschool Activities Using Supplies You Already Have at Home
This awesome process art project allows children to use their imagination, work cooperatively, and explore the color theory in a fun and engaging way. Win/Win!
This stretchy oobleck stretches like slime, smells heavenly, cleans up easily with just water, and is made from only two common household ingredients. Score!
This exciting science experiment sneaks in some science and fine-motor skills. It’s truly “magical!”
This incredible play dough recipe is simple, soft, easy for little hands, lasts forever, and has a wonderful texture. This one is a keeper!
These calm down bottles encourage kids to sit down, take a deep breath, and regroup. They can be made with common items you might find around your house. Simple!
Ice painting is a process art activity that is both a fun sensory experience and a science experiment that helps children to explore the color theory.
This painting project sneaks in some fine muscle control, hand-eye coordination, decision making, problem-solving, imagination, creativity, and lots of smiles!
This finger painting project is part science project, part artistic expression, part sensory experience, and all fun!
Kid-tested and approved. This little project encourages imagination and creativity to produce masterpieces! It also provides important gluestick practice.
This project finds the perfect balance of process art and fridge-worthy finished products!
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