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Patterns are everywhere! Encourage your child to be on the lookout for patterns in your everyday life, like the brickwork on a building, the layers of a pinecone, or the stripes on a bird. Then, use these patterns to create this neat craft!

Looking for a family-friendly activity to play after the sun goes down? It's still getting dark early, but that doesn't mean we can't have some fun. Grab your flashlights, turn off the lights, and get ready to play these great "Light and Shadows" games!

Want to host your own At-Home Family Night? PBS Utah hosts Family Nights at local Title I elementary schools every year. You can join in the fun by playing these games with your family and entering to win a PBS KIDS prize pack!

It’s Act It Out Week! Let your imagination run wild! Dramatic play is rich with developmental, physical, and social-emotional benefits for children of all ages.

Embrace your child’s curiosity and unleash their creativity by encouraging them to become problem-solvers! Empower them to ask questions (asking why is a good thing!), make observations, and gather information.

This week, we're learning how developing healthy habits is important because it helps us to take care of ourselves.The last activity in this packet is a perfect way for children to make new goals and habits for the New Year!

This week (December 21st), we're learning how developing new artistic ideas helps us to express our thoughts and feelings. From baking to painting, check out this weeks Learn At Home activities!

Winter Solstice is a celebration of the shortest day of the year. Honor the daylight hours with these winter activities and cozy recipes that are fun for the whole family!

What better time than the holidays to encourage your child to share their creativity! Celebrate the season through dance, playing an instrument, singing, coloring, arts and crafts, and more!  

Let's send 2020 off in style with these fun for the whole family traditions and activities to ring in the new year!

Hanukkah is a Jewish celebration, but anyone can find meaning in the holiday. Learn more about Hanukkah's origins, how it's observed today, and celebrate the Festival of Lights by making luminaries to display outside your home. 

Winter officially begins on December 21, and what better way to start the celebration than by remembering all the things you love about winter! Making this paper chain as a family will really get you in the spirit.

Let's celebrate winter this week with a new activity packet that's all about changes that happen during winter!

We've put together a list of holiday and winter activities that you can safely do with your family this month! Check out our Winter Bucket List!

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