Activity for 6-7 year old- Plant Activity

Activity for 6-7 year old- Plant Activity

Beginning of Scientific thinking for your little one

Dear MoMsters, teaching about plants is one of the primitive types of science that children can understand.

Before starting the activity explain your child and ask them to think about what do we need in order to grow? Tell them we humans need – healthy food, water, air (oxygen), a place to live, and grow.

In the same pattern, plants need soil, water, and sunlight to grow.

And teach your child to water a plant using a spray bottle, and randomly tell them how water travels through plants, how we get oxygen, how plants breathe. (Of course, the final goal of performing the act of  gardening with kids is to encourage them for healthy eating)

Materials needed for this activity.

  • White plain paper
  • Pen
  • Glue
  • Seeds (you can collect from green peas)
  • Flowers (rose, hibiscus, etc.)
  • Stem (can get stem from spinach)
  • Leaves (spinach leaves)
  • Roots (can get roots from spinach or coriander plants)
  • Tray (to keep all the plant’s parts)


  • Dear parents let us involve our kids with real plants and their parts, ask them to gather some parts of the plant, and to label them. (To know what to gather, please check materials needed from the above-mentioned points).
  • Prepare a worksheet and start writing parts of the plant (Seed, Flowers, Stem, Leaves, and Roots).
  • Make your child observe the real plant parts and introduce them to each part’s name.
  • Let your child read the parts and glue (label) them accordingly.
  • Hope your child will match with the correct parts.

This activity is great for the first and second graders kids! It will boost their imagination power.  Enjoy valuable & fun activities.


Have an engaging Week ahead for kids. 

Activity for 2-3 years old kids. Playful Math- 1

Activity for 2-3 years old kids. Playful Math- 1

Playful math – Part 1

Developing Math Skills:

Dear MoMsters, with simple materials and a little planning, today we are going to give you a small idea, with which you can help your child learn math skills at an earlier stage by having fun all together and which in turn will boost their natural curiosity.

Counting steps as you go up or down the staircase.

Number skills are foundational for later mathematics learning, you can teach children early math skills through their daily routines and activities. For example, help your child to count steps as they go up or down the staircase or for older kids to ask them to climb a certain number.

What is required for the activity?

  • Chalk piece.
  • Staircases.
  • Parents support.

The objective of this game is very simple:learning numbers

  • With the help of chalk, write numbers on each step.
  • At the initial stage, start writing numbers from 1 to 9.
  • As you move up the stairs count them with your child, by showing each number. (If your child loses interest in recognizing number then do not force them to do, at least walk together while calling out the number by climbing each step).
  • Try this activity once a day and numbering should not exceed more than 9, as the child would get tired while climbing up the stairs.learning numbers

Note: Parents should not leave the child alone to climb the stairs; the activity should be done under the parent’s supervision.

“Be patient MoMsters, this activity will take some time to show a better result. One day, all of a sudden you will be amused to see that your child learned some concepts and repeating the numbers just to show you how intelligent are they.” They are, aren’t they? 🙂


Activity for 3+ kids for developing their gross motor skills.

Activity for 3+ kids for developing their gross motor skills.

Dear Momsters here are some fun exercises to develop gross motor skills in kids.

Throwing the crushed paper ball.

Throwing skills is a fundamental movement skill in the early years of the child and also it improves hand-eye coordination, manipulative skills, balance, and gross motor skill.

Materials needed for activity:

  • Waste papers. (We know that during COVID pandemic most of the parents have stopped using newspaper, instead collect some waste workbooks, old notebooks papers).
  • Empty bucket.

The objective of this game is simple:

  • Take waste paper; crunch them tight in order to throw easily.
  • Place a bucket at a 6 feet distance.Activity for 3+ kids
  • Before proceeding to throw, make your child count the number of paper balls. (At the beginning you can make 5 paper balls, counting helps to improve their maths skills in a fun way.)Kids Activities
  • Make your child focus on the target and throw the crunched paper ball into a bucket.
  • This skill takes time to develop as there is a lot of movements to coordinate.
  • Let your child stand closer to the target and as your child improves let him take a step back to be farther away.
  • Once all the paper balls are thrown in the tub, make your child count them and ask how many did you miss.
  • Reward them for their achievements even for the count one.

When you and your little one are done with the activity, wash your hands with sanitizer.

Enjoy the cute activity and please give us feedback and you can also share the activity pictures of your little one.

Happy weekend MoMsters.