Last week I shared about a simple DIY Fine Motor Toolkit idea. The original idea I saw was a handwriting toolkit that had been put together as a raffle at my state’s Occupational Therapy Association conference. So today I am sharing my spin on the DIY handwriting toolkit. I really wish I had thought of […]
Children learn by doing. Encouraging independence, really does take one activity at a time. Here are some hands-on activities to get you started!
Do you ever see an idea and think “I wish I had thought of this sooner?”. Yup, this happened to me when I attended my state’s Occupational Therapy Association conference in November and saw a spin on this idea as a raffle. It was originally a handwriting toolkit (which I plan on creating and posting […]
We have been on a homemade play dough kick recently, ever since making play dough kits as gifts for Christmas. My daughter asked me to make a duck themed play dough kit for her, so I decided to also make some calming no-cook play dough for it. This is by far one of the best […]
This was my first time attempting a play dough kit and I think we are hooked. I am looking forward to coming up with different kits for Ellie, and Ben as he gets older. Today I am sharing an easy gingerbread man play dough kit, that took less than 15 minutes for me to put […]
Today I have a guest post from Cassie with 5 exercises to keep kids active in the winter. There’s a great infographic at the end that shares some great ideas. Daylight Savings Time has ended and the days are getting cooler, crisper and much, much darker. As kids come home from school, there is less […]