Kid’s Fun Library
Play is essential for young children.
As adults, we sometimes need inspiration to create opportunities for our children to play.
This is the place to be if you’re looking for some inspiring activities to do with your children. The Kid’s Fun Library has plenty of activities to do with children of all ages. We update this page frequently, so come back often!
Art can evolve into a full curriculum covering a range of subjects. Check out this artist study and resulting Paul Klee inspired curriculum as an example!
A fun update on our summer bucket list. What we’ve done so far!
Playing with dolls is so much fun! Here’s how we invite children to play with dolls and take care of their “babies”.
Various pages from the quiet book that I designed and sewed for my daughter. Lots of pictures and ideas for various tasks (buttoning, zipping, tying, etc.).
A simple parenting lesson from my daughter and her little IKEA lantern.
Children CAN learn how to sew! This post includes a variety of activities to introduce the concept of sewing to young children. Teach toddlers and preschoolers how to sew with all of these amazing activities!
How I planned our summer with the help of my kids! Come check out our “bucket” list.
Check out this cool experiment – exploring gravity with raw eggs, a toilet paper tube, a pie plate, and a glass of water!
This activity for babies and toddlers is really easy to set up and it will keep your little ones busy for hours!
Have you read The Red Hen by Rebecca and Ed Emberley yet? This delightful children’s picture is beautiful and a fun read. To top it off, there’s a wonderful cake recipe at the back of the book! Here’s a load of curriculum ideas to extend the learning from this one book.