Teach kids time with a step-wise, Montessori-inspired approach! Here are inexpensive, interactive, and easy to set-up clock-learning activities!
Number and color pattern learning with recycled paper rolls and a paper towel holder! This is a fun and educational activity with items you probably have at home!
谁喜欢雨？(Who Likes Rain?) is a book about rain's playful sounds! A matching activity with recycled bottle cap raindrops is a fun way to review Chinese words!
This Washi Tape Cross craft is beautiful decor for Easter and Christmas! Both kids and parents can enjoy this easy activity together!
Grab your kid's toy vehicles for an interactive matching game! Our DIY parking lot craft is a fun, hands-on way to learn Chinese names for taxi, ambulance, garbage truck, fire engine, police car, and school bus!
Paper Roll Christmas Trees is a fun holiday craft with upcycled materials! These cute trees can also be turned into an educational sight word game!
Looking for an easy, last-minute Thanksgiving activity? This paper roll turkey craft is great for busy multilingual families. Discuss what you are thankful for in all languages!
Clothespins are inexpensive yet very useful for building fine-motor skills and hands-on learning about counting.
Paper rolls and paint are the ingredients for fun, recycled shape stamping! We made this activity trilingual for reading practice in 3 languages!
This recycled paper roll paint stamp activity is a fun and easy way for kids to create sun and moon shapes while learning the words 日 (rì / sun) and 月 (yuè / moon).
Emoji Matching Activity with Craft Sticks and Cardboard Slots is an easy and fun game for young children to learn about emotions!
Save your toilet paper and paper towel rolls for this easy paper roll octopus craft! We had fun painting, counting, and playing with this upcycled octopus family!
This clock-face pegging activity reinforces numerical order and offers an chance to practice telling time.
Painting, stamping, upcycling, and learning all in one! We put our art smocks on and had fun stamping and enjoying Chinese numbers!
Montessori spindle boxes do a great job of teaching the concept of zero, number sequence, and one-to-one correspondence. The activity is easy to DIY by upcycling toilet paper rolls, an old box lid for tray, and extra craft sticks.