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Hands-on learning is crucial to your child’s growth. Educational activities exercise a child’s analytical skills and creative thinking, plus they help develop a love of learning!
Here are some examples of the engaging ideas you can find:
- A science experiment to supplement a lesson.
- An educational holiday craft.
- A fun activity for the family.
- A collection of inspiring quotes or useful facts.
- A creative, healthy snack.
If you’re looking to extend learning into family life, check out our visual guides of fun learning activities. Many of these guides are instructographics.
What Are Instructographics?
An “instructographic” is a combination of “instructions” and “graphic.” It’s a visual depiction of the instructions for a craft, science experiment or learning activity.
Instructographics are handy because they use a combination of words and pictures to demonstrate the steps of an activity, whether it’s to prevent apples from turning brown or to make fossils in your backyard.
Take a look at our collection of visual guides to find some learning activities for you and your child to try this summer. Don’t forget to check out the blog posts associated with each instructographic to get more information.
What are some of your favorite learning activities and crafts? Let us know!