Fun Learning Activities for Kids at Home

Learning Activities for Kids

Life is slowly edging back to normal during these uncertain times, but kids are still spending a lot more time than usual at home. Finding activities to keep them busy yet engaged is becoming quite a task, but we’ve got you covered with some fun learning activities for kids that will keep them busy all day.

Craft Stick Puzzles

Instead of boring flashcards, grab some craft sticks and create these puzzles with your kids. Here’s what you will need:

  • Craft Sticks
  • Paint
  • Paint Brush
  • Marker

Ask your kids to paint the sticks whatever colour they like, and then you can write different words on them that make complete sentences. For instance ‘My name is Tom,’ they would put these four sticks together and make a complete sentence.

Treasure Hunt

It is never too late to teach your children the value of map-reading skills. Brain aftereffects are just as good now, if not better than they were back when you first started teaching them! Take this opportunity and give it another go with some new activities that will sharpen those young minds while also providing hours’ worth of entertainment–a treasure hunt especially made for kids who have grown tired from everyday tasks like hide & seek or playing games on mobile devices all afternoon long.

State Font Boards

If your kids are young and preparing for school, Educational Writing Boards are great learning for toddlers and one of the best educational toys you can get them. The tracing boards help with early literacy learning, speech, recognizing different shapes and numbers, and improving fine motor skills. You can even get them in different pre-cursive fonts of your choice.

Chalk Letters

If you have a sidewalk you can draw on with chalk, write the alphabet and ask your kids to hop on different letters to make words. This would get their brains and bodies working at the same time!

Memory Game

Kids will love practicing their vocabulary with this fun game. They can take turns grabbing cards from one pile, then put them back on top in a different order whenever they like! The person who does it correctly gets to pick up another handful – but make sure you watch out because if someone messes up turn over, he/she loses his/her privilege forever…


The point is that there are many ways for kids of all ages (or even just certain age groups) to practice challenging themselves while also increasing knowledge gain by doing things such as learning new.

Math Game

Math and game together, the kids are going to go running. But how about we make it fun? All you need are some bottle caps and a marker. Write an easy math question on the top, like “3 x 8” and write the answer on the bottom. If they get the answer right, they get to keep the top, if not it stays in the pile. In the end, whichever kid has the most bottle caps wins and gets a reward.

Gardening

Gardening is a fun, outdoorsy activity you can do with the kids. Children learn about science and different plants and fruits and also develop their new skills. They appreciate the food they eat as they realize how much effort goes into growing every single thing. You could use garden markers to mark different herbs and vegetables you are growing and the kids can always come back to check on them. My Luxeve has some fun laser-etched vegetable and herb garden markers.

With these fun learning activities for kids, you can keep them busy and even take a bit of a breather in between while they have fun by themselves.

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