Fun activities for the youngest Amazonians
Keep your toddlers and preschoolers engaged and learning.
Activities for this age group are purely recommendations from an education specialist. You are the best judge of your child’s interests and skill levels so please do not feel confined to only these selections.
Do you like crispy rice cereal treats? What about s’mores? If you like both of those desserts, we bet you’ll love a recipe that mixes them together in one ooey-gooey dish.
Self-published author Heather Burris encourages all little girls and boys—she calls them princesses and princes—to rock their crowns with confidence. As she notes, that’s really where true beauty lies.
When Pete and his crew start singing, kids (and grown-ups, too!) can’t help but tap their toes and nod their heads along to the groovy tunes. Some of the people behind the musically driven series recorded a few songs that should sound familiar to all you Pete fans out there.
Download this printable coloring book featuring Amazon Original series.
If you’re like most parents, you’re always on the lookout for at-home activities that empower your little ones to explore, create, develop new skills, and have plenty of fun in the process. This simple, low-mess project can be completed in minutes, and your kiddos will end up with a finished product that’ll keep ’em entertained all afternoon.
At the Woodland Park Zoo, some of their most famous residents are known as “ambassadors.” That’s because they star in the zoo’s educational programs, offering visitors a chance to get up close and personal with the remarkable animals.
If you didn’t know much about these marvelous marsupials before, you’ll be an opossum professional after watching this video.
An unlikely friendship between a little girl named Kat and a bird called Juju sets the stage for fun to be had and lessons to be learned.
Did you know that a fully grown rhinoceros can weigh up to 6,000 pounds? That’s about the weight of two cars!
With their gorgeous striped coats and powerfully large teeth, tigers are a regal sight to behold. Did you know that these wild cats can be trained to do special tricks? They’re happy to oblige, especially when there’s a spray bottle full of milk as a reward.
Follow the easy steps below to quickly make your own batch of slime with ingredients found around the house. You can also personalize your slime using glitter, washable paint, food coloring, confetti, and more! It’ll only take about five minutes, plus cleanup time
Packed full of protein and good-for-you ingredients, these tasty treats will be ready in less than an hour. (And we have a hunch it’ll take your family even less time than that to wolf down the entire batch.)
In this just-in-time-for-summer picture book, two furry friends work together to build a sandcastle the likes of which you’ve never seen.
Why would you want to be fresh and clean when being stinky and dirty is so much fun?
Once upon a time, there was a princess who learned she could be anything she wanted to be. With determination and plenty of hard work, she created her own future, and lived happily ever after!