I am so excited to have my friend Kati guest posting today. She is a dear friend in-real-life. Our two daughters are very close in age and love playing together. She has such a cute sensory bottle idea for you all today. As soon as I saw it at her kid’s birthday party, I told […]
Children learn by doing. Encouraging independence, really does take one activity at a time. Here are some hands-on activities to get you started!
I’m always looking for fun, hands-on ways to practice pre-writing lines. Pre-writing lines are important building blocks for any preschooler to master before learning letter formations. This glitter glue pre-writing line practice for preschoolers activity helps to facilitate so many amazing skills your child needs. Glitter Glue Pre-Writing Line Practice for Preschoolers Activity list Here’s […]
We are slightly obsessed with Oobleck in our house. I think it is easily one of our favorite sensory play mediums, next to slime. My daughter asks for it all the time and she loves playing with her miniature animals in it. So I came up with this pumpkin scented oobleck version with a fall twist. […]
Are you looking for a fun way to teach your child about emotions? Or maybe you have a child who is struggling to convey their emotions and they need some extra support? These DIY emotions clothespin activity chart could be a great addition to your day. I was scrolling Pinterest the other day and saw […]
My little guy just turned 2 and I’ve been wracking my brain trying to come up with things to keep him occupied. He is so much different from my daughter in that he is in constant motion. He literally does not hold still for much for very long. So when he started doing this activity […]