It’s hot outside and you’re stuck inside. Venturing out isn’t in the budget today or you just don’t feel like it. You need some entertainment for your kids at home. Here is a great list of stuff you can do while you’re trapped inside, for whatever reason!Continue reading
Toddlers need to be kept busy! One of the best ways to keep toddlers busy is by playing board games with them. I’ve made a list of board games for toddlers, so check it out and add them to your Amazon shopping list!Continue reading
Toddlers need activity. They are not built to sit still. That’s why it’s good to have a list handy of easy activities for toddlers for days when you can’t get out of the house or just don’t want to!Continue reading
Spring is coming! In some places, it may not feel like it (Midwest, get with the program), but I promise, it’s coming. It makes me get all excited for outside play! My kids are finally at the age where I can send them outside to play without needing to go with them.Continue reading
STEM activities are activities that work on science, technology, engineering and math. They are very prevalent right now because these are where our careers are headed. This is where most of the jobs will be in the next 10 or 20 years.Continue reading
Do you ever find yourself asking the question “what is a sensory bin?” I’m sure you see them all over Pinterest and Google but you really have no idea what they are and why people use them. Well here is a post for you – I’m going to break it all down for you and even show you how simple it is to make sensory bins home.Continue reading
It’s almost fall time! When I taught, I liked to add items to sensory bins that went along with the season. I put together a list for you of fall sensory bins and what you can add into them. Leave me a comment if I left some out!Continue reading
Pom poms are very versatile little toys! They’re easy to find and come in tons of colors. I’ve compiled a list of pom pom activities for toddlers you can do at home and what skills you address with them. This is a post about activities for toddlers but stay tuned for the older kiddos!Continue reading
Infants need play! That’s where infant play comes in. A lot of people don’t realize how much you can actually play with your infant. There are tons of activities to do with your infant and they don’t require spending tons of money on fancy toys! I have put together some simple ones with stuff you probably already have at home.Continue reading
Working on scissor skills does so much more than just plain scissor skills – if that makes sense. It helps strengthen fine motor skills which in turns help with shoe tying, writing, drawing, etc. I know it seems scary to allow a child to have a pair of scissors and a piece of paper, but I’m here to help you see that it really isn’t!
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