Let's celebrate summer with fun activities for preschoolers that will keep them interested, active, and creative! Each week, we'll share a fun and easy list of summer activities for kids that you can do right at home.
Check out this wonderful variety of summer activities for preschoolers, as well as outdoor play activities and summer crafts.
As a bonus! There are many opportunities to learn and strengthen fine and gross motor muscle skills.
On the driveway, try painting letters with water! This is an excellent game for young children learning to print, as well as a perfect opportunity for school-aged youngsters to refresh their skills during the summer.
These wonderful paper bag monster puppets were created by iHeartCraftyThings and are a creative way for your child to express themselves and improve on their pretend play learning!
Make the best homemade GIANT bubbles!
6 cups water
1/2 cup blue Dawn dish detergent
1/2 cup corn starch
1 tbsp baking powder
1 tbsp glycerine
Make garden “soup”. This is such a fun sensory/water play activity for toddlers and preschoolers.
For today’s summer learning activity, sit down together to enjoy this wonderful read-aloud story: Plant the Tiny Seed by Author Christie Matheson.
At least once a week, go to your local library. Get your child a library card and set a goal for them to read as many books as they can!
Summer reading programs and fun activities are also available at libraries and often host local events that are entertaining, and encourage them to read more.
Ready for a hands-on activity that boosts independence, connection, and fine motor skills?
These tortilla pizzas are a quick and easy meal that the whole family will enjoy! Set up a topping bar with a variety of veggie options so that your kids can be creative and create their own pizza while trying some new healthy foods!