Cool Things Kids Can Learn

Cool Things Kids Can Learn

Cool Things Kids Can Learn Online

Cool Things Kids can learn onlineKids are awesome. But try and keeping them occupied is a task in itself. So below you will see some awesome and fun activities you and the children can do to learn and be entertained.

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Create a constellation jar. Appreciate the night sky...indoors.
Learn geography and your family's history. Printable jigsaw puzzle makes learning fun.
Make it rain. Simple condensation project for budding scientists.
Play Calvinball. Rules are optional, masks are not.
Paint your toast. Create edible art with food dye.
Write a "Who I Am" poem. Creative and thoughtful self-reflection exercise.
Make homemade bubbles. Blow your friends and family away.
Test for bacteria. Easy science fun once you have a few supplies.
Create an online storybook Bring unique tales to life.
Make embossed pendants Cool craft for making badges, medals, or coins.
Create comics together Marvel at your child's creative and artistic skills.
Construct paper dolls You can make these adorable dolls all by yourself.
Teach your dog to roll over Good for hours of rewarding fun in the backyard.
Play the Star Wars theme on piano Beginning pianists will love adding this to their repertoires.
Concoct ice cream in a bag It's hot out, but this is cool -- and tasty.
Whistle with a blade of grass. The best nature trick ever.
Build a house for fairies These can be simple or super complex for fantasy-loving kids.
Invest in stocks and shares Soon, kids might be teaching Mom and Dad a thing or two about money.
Set up your own Minecraft server.‚Äč Minecraft masters will want to try this advanced project.
Face-paint superheroes. Spider-Man, Wonder Woman, the Hulk, and more.
Cook tasty meals and treats. Easy recipes for small chefs.
Make retro bead art. Level up with video game inspired art.
Program software Kids, this is your future. Learn it.
Make a balloon animal Start with a dog and graduate to giraffes, rhinos, and more.
Disappear a card or coin Future magicians have to start somewhere.
Construct a worm composter Eco-minded kids will dig into this project.
Grow a plant So simple and yet so amazing.
Learn science with superheroes Holy Toledo Batman, fun science for kids!
Sew a tablet case out of jeans Kindle? iPad? Whatever you have, it could use some denim.
Build a bird house Got a hammer and a few nails? Perfect summer project.
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