Creative Homeschool Activities

Try these homeschool ideas for families! Our kids really enjoy doing creative homeschool activities. With a little creativity, it’s easy to make learning fun for kids!

Sensory activities are a great way to teach toddlers and preschool kids about colors, shapes and textures. Sensory bins are fun for kids to explore new textures. Toddlers can also practice their motor skills by digging for treasures. You can create a sensory bin using any storage container. First, add a sensor medium such as play sand or dried beans. Next, add small treasures for kids to discover! Complete the bin with scooping tools and small sorting containers.

Additionally, playing with play dough is a great activity for kids of all ages. This awesome homemade play dough recipe is easy to make. Kids can also choose their favorite colors! You can also mix glitter and fragrances into play dough. Furthermore, you can store homemade play dough for weeks in an air tight container. Easily get out play dough as one of your go-to creative homeschool activities!

For older kids, hands-on science experiments, creative art projects and seasonal crafts are a great way to make learning fun! Or add a creative kids project to your homeschool unit study about physics, life science or chemistry topic. You can do many creative homeschool activities with materials you already have at home.