June 13, 2020

Worcester, MA

Play at Home

Most Recent Activities

Active Play

Snow Construction Site

Make shoveling the driveway or sidewalk so much more fun by having your child help you! While you all are doing this, let them turn the area into their own maze. Help the make pathways to move around in the snow. Bring some toy cars or simply pretend to be their own car. You can take all the snow...

Construction Play

Cereal Box Puzzles

Here is a fun, environmentally friendly way to build your own puzzles! Start by cutting the cereal box apart, but make sure to keep the front of the box intact. Next have your child draw a picture on the brown side of the cereal box. Then cut the box into puzzle pieces and have your child put the...

Creative Arts Play

Toilet Paper Octopus

Make a Toilet Paper Octopus! Paint a toilet paper roll any color you want your octopus to be! When it is dry cut 8 strips halfway up the roll to make the tentacles! Wrap each strip around a marker to curl the legs. Paint or draw a face and add any other details. Don't forget to talk to your child...

Music & Dance Play

Snowflake Song

Since snow is all around, sing a song about it! This song is to the tune of Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star. Feel free to add some movements to the song and move around like falling snowflakes! Snowflake, snowflake dance around Snowflake, snowflake touch the ground Snowflake, snowflake landing on my...

Reading Play

Action Word Charades

Start a game of Action Word Charades! Review the definition of a verb and have everyone brainstorm fun action words like wiggle, bounce, slither, hop, tiptoe, spin and march. Write them on slips of paper and put them in a hat. Divide the group in two teams. Someone from the first team picks a card...



This simple card game is an awesome way to help with addition! The goal of this game is to get as close to or even with the number 21 without going over. Start by dealing two cards to each player. Have each player add up how many points they have between the two cards and then ask if they want...