Super Ways to Play at Home

These open-ended activities are easy to do at home and spark kids learning through play.
Plus, they’re fun!

Fizzy Bubbles

Play Activity Idea: Make Fizzy Bubbles Learn about basic chemical reactions with this easy and...

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DIY Kinetic Sand

Kinetic sand is an easy project that allows kids to explore their senses, build fine motor skills and strengthen their imaginative play muscles.

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Winter Break Play Activities (Part 2)

We’re keeping the fun going with even more fantastic winter-themed activities to keep kids busy and learning over this long winter break. Here are five days of activities to keep the learning and exploration going.

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The Benefits of Loose Parts Play

Minnesota Children’s Museum Experience Developer Michelle Blodgett suggests that parents create a loose parts play box as a way to encourage kids to explore and experiment.

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