Want to start your child’s love of travel early? You can teach your preschooler about the world with these three simple methods.
Need something easy and fun to do with your kids? These kids activities require very few supplies, make little mess and are fun for you and your kids!
Who knew that you could make silly putty from two ingredients?
Want some easy kid football crafts for game day? These five activities will keep kids happy throughout the entire game!
Want to go beyond the typical candy for your child’s class valentines this year? Move over silly putty. Make your own Valentine Silly Slime for your kid’s treats. Not only will you both have fun creating it, but it’s also a great way to science!! (yes, I just used science as a verb).
Teaching thankfulness to kids can be tough. It’s more than just saying thank you. Instead, it cretaing those feelings of gratitude by learning that we all have unique privileges that not everyone gets to experience.
Remember your first Easter Egg hunt? Searching high and low for multi-colored eggs and then cracking each one open to discover what’s inside? Maybe it was a few pieces of candy or some coins?
From the joy that you feel when your toddler finds his first egg to the trickery involved in hiding eggs from your second grader, the egg hunt is as much fun for adults as it is for kids! Here’s how to make sure that your hunt is the best possible this Easter!
I also have a printable list with 30+ ideas of what to put inside your Easter Eggs plus 30+ ideas on “EGG-cellent” hiding places.
Stumped about what to put in an Easter basket? Here are the four categories to keep in mind that will make choosing items for your child’s Easter basket easy. Plus, I have an easy tutorial for a sweet and thoughtful treat to place inside.
Want a craft that’s easy and fun for your preschooler but still looks like art? You know what I’m talking about. These two crafts are for you.
How do you teach kids to care about others – especially, when they don’t know how to recognize others feelings? Here are four activities that will help you start the conversation.
Have an afternoon home with your kids? These activities are fun, easy and educational – they teach kids feelings. Visit your local library and get ready for some fun with your preschooler.