Fit Made Fun board gamePrint and play this fun family board game that gets children up and active! Players learn healthy habits and earn tokens for activities such as "jump like a kangaroo" and "Pretend to juggle."
Secret message (I like to solve puzzles)Kids like puzzles. Successfully decoding a secret message gives kids a great feeling of accomplishment. While having fun your child will also be working on identifying and writing the initial letter in a word, important skills for reading and spelling.
Short vowel memoryPlaying Memory is a great way to reinforce turn taking and develop memory skills and concentration. Your child will also be working on short vowel sounds by saying the sound represented by each character.
My Book of WhyKids ask a lot of questions. Turn their tough questions into a Book of Why. It's a great way to start building a child's research skills at an early age and to show them that "Why?" is a great question!
Prepare for launchAsk your child to use the launch codes to complete the patterns of colours and shapes. The ability to extend or duplicate patterns is a logical reasoning skill that forms a basis for future work in maths (specifically, algebra!).
LeapSchool SuppliesPip can't wait for a new year to start at LeapSchool! He has packed his backpack with all his school supplies. How many of each item has Pip packed? Count the school supplies and write the number of each item on the line. Bonus: Now count your own school supplies!
Lily and Tad's Jellybean Super SortLily and Tad are combining the jellybeans they got in their Easter baskets. Of which colour did they get the most? Of which colour did they get the least? Find out. Fill in the table by drawing in the jellybeans with crayons or markers.