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Educate and entertain the kids with our fun range of educational material including learning to tell the time, mazes and flash cards.

Educational Activities & Organization Tools

Keep your kids entertained and teach them at the same time with educational games and materials from Brother Creative Center, including flash cards, mazes, and much more.

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Educational activities for kids at home

Whether your child is at school, pre-school or a toddler, we have a variety of activities for them to enjoy and learn. 

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Free printable organization tools

Get organized with to do lists, planners, shopping lists, and recipe cards. We also have graph paper, note paper, music paper and more!

5 tips on how to prepare educational material for your kids at home.

  • 1. Choose the right materials
    Make sure the learning material you select is challenging enough to keep your students engaged and interested, without being so hard that they get frustrated. There are great learning guides and curriculums out there to help guide the way! Brother Creative Center offers an assortment of different learning activities for students of all ages. Best of all, you can customize, download, and print them out for use in your home.
  • 2. Make a space for learning
    Ensure that there is a specific part of the home dedicated for learning. That will tell your little ones it's time to pay attention and focus on gaining some serious knowledge.
  • 3. Keep it fun
    Education should be enjoyable, no matter where it takes place! With educational flash cards, puzzles, and lessons on how to tell time, learning activities from the Brother Creative Center help keep kids engaged and excited about learning new facts and skills.
  • 4. Be consistent
    In order to help kids remember what they learned, consistency is key. Go over the same material a few times to ensure they understand, and repeat the learning process so your students won't forget this valuable information.
  • 5. Make it clear
    Always provide your children with clear, concise directions. If they have any questions, try to answer them as comprehensively as possible. And if they ask something you don't know, you can look it up together - it's a great way to bond with them as you both learn something new. 
  • 5 tips on how to organize your chores

  • 1. Create a planner
    Your kids will be excited about chores - provided you present it to them the right way. Create a bright and colorful planner with their name on it and space to plug in all their chores. You can hang it in the kitchen so everyone knows exactly what they have to do. Brother Creative Center has plenty of fun planners that will make doing chores seem a lot more fun.
  • 2. Color coding
    It's easy for everyone to keep track of their different chores if everything is color-coded! Let kids pick their favorite colors, and use them to list their chores. This is a great option for bigger families with a lot of chores.
  • 3. Be consistent
    Set up times to do the chores, so it becomes part of their routine. If they forget, gently remind them with the planner. By doing the same chores around the same time, it will become automatic for everyone, and the house will run more smoothly as a result.
  • 4. Offer incentives
    When your children complete their agreed-upon chores, celebrate with a cool sticker to mark it as done! You can offer small rewards in exchange for chores being done properly, such as family time spent watching a movie together, or a child's favorite dessert. Get creative, and see what gets kids excited about doing their chores!
  • 5. Switch it up
    Some chores are more fun than others; that's why rotating them around is a good way to keep the peace and make sure everyone gets a fair turn. If one week a child is doing the dishes, the next week they can walk the dog. This also helps to keep children engaged, and lets them learn new skills and responsibilities.
  • FAQ

    • What is a learning activity?
      1. Learning and educational activities are created with the intent of teaching students something new.
      2. Different learning activities stimulate different parts of the brain, and allow students to explore various styles of learning.
      3. Learning activities can be done anywhere - at school, at home, or wherever your curiosity takes you!
    • What are some of the benefits of learning and educational activities?
      1. Increased comprehension: students develop the skills to think critically about the information they are learning.
      2. Learning activities can help students to find the fun in discovering new skills!
      3. Collaborative learning activities can help children learn to compromise and work together.
      4. Learning activities can cover a wide range of topics, from telling time to math and geography!
    • How do I make learning fun for my kids?
      1. Choose the right learning activities. Make sure they are challenging and engaging, but not beyond a child's comprehension. 
      2. Get creative with different activities and teaching tools. Try flash cards for quick study sessions, or have your younger children solve mazes to improve their eye-hand coordination.
      3. If you're excited about learning new things, your children will be too! Get enthusiastic about their educational activities, and be sure to provide them with the support they need to get it done right.
    • What are some examples of learning activities?
      1. Improv games
      2. Flash cards
      3. Mazes
      4. Drawing
      5. Word games
      6. Telling time
      7. Problem solving
    • How do I find the best learning activities?

      If you're looking for free learning activities, Brother Creative Center has an extensive selection for you to choose from! You can customize them to the exact unique needs of your students, download them, print them up, and have them ready before class is in session! Remember, the best learning activity templates should be as below:

      1. Free
      2. Customizable
      3. Downloadable
    • What tools are used to stay organized?

      There are a variety of tools you could use depending on the task you need to address, such as the following:

      1. Daily, weekly and monthly planner sheets
      2. To do lists
      3. Chore charts
      4. Shopping or grocery lists
      5. Travel packing lists
    • What are good organizational skills?
      1. Write down the things that you need to do.
      2. Set clear goals.
      3. Prioritize the tasks.
      4. Plan ahead.
      5. Manage your time effectively.
      6. Share your plans with stakeholders. 
      7. Delegate your tasks.