This Building Popsicle Stick Shapes Activity is super simple to prep! You’ll only need 2 craft supplies and a couple minutes to set these up. Kids are going to love these! Each popsicle stick end has a velcro part on it which makes building shapes so much fun! Add in any type of manipulatives to encourage cognitive skills (copy and… Read More
This Ladybug Counting Activity is an easy, inexpensive and hands-on way to learn to count! All you need is a piece of cardboard, ladybug stickers and a few craft supplies. A couple of minutes to cut out the cardboard leaves and your activity is ready for your tot! RELATED: Counting Ladybug Spots Activity All activities should be supervised… Read More
This Counting Ladybug Spots Activity is a great invitation for toddlers to familiarize with numbers and learn to count. It’s super quick to prep! You’ll only need a couple of craft supplies and a piece of cardboard. With this recycled activity, toddlers and preschoolers can enjoy learning and have fun at the same time. What’s better than that! … Read More
Insect Sensory Bin- a sweet welcome of spring! Okay, so it’s not quite Spring yet where we are and not many insects are out there. But hey, it’s never too early for Spring, plus kids get to experience a fun sensory play activity and stay busy. Insects are fun. Bees, butterflies, ladybugs, dragonflies, anything you have works great for… Read More
This Fizzing Hearts Activity is a fun sensory play idea AND experiment in one!
You’ll need simple materials for this activity and very little effort. And I promise kids will have a blast. Who doesn’t like to make things fizz and feel like a scientist? My kids love activities like this. They’re fun, exciting and unique. And as a matter of fact, I love them too! These Fizzing Hearts will now be my go-to activity to keep the kids busy…because they will be busy until the hearts melt!
This Button Patterns Activity may look simple, but you’ll be amazed at how many important areas of development it improves and exercises in children. From fine motor to cognitive skills to focus and hand-eye coordination. It helps kids explore colors and patterns and is even great as a sensory play activity. This will surely be a hit with the kids…and you… Read More
This Painting Heart Ice Cubes activity is so simple to set up and the kids will love it! All you need is a heart shaped mold and a few basic craft supplies. Make the ice cubes the night before and you’ve got a super quick and easy activity done for the day. It’s an awesome activity to set-up whenever you… Read More
Is your preschooler currently learning to read? If so, I’ve got a fun little activity to share with you. This Find the Missing Letters Activity is a really easy to prepare, engaging and fun activity that will get your child to learn the alphabet, sound out the letters and of course, read. The brightly colored cardstock strips and letter manipulatives… Read More
This Sorting Pom-poms by Size Activity is an easy and educational activity that is super low-prep! You can set it up in less than a minute (seriously!) and your toddler will be perfectly content and busy in no time 🙂 I love how this activity allowed my 3 year old to explore sizes. It’s something we haven’t really done,… Read More
This Christmas Tree Hole Punching Count is a simple to prep activity, using minimal materials and effort! Christmas Tree Hole Punching Count allows toddlers and preschoolers to count, recognize numbers, their order and to visually see their quantity. It’s also super fun, because of course you’re using a hole puncher! A simple activity like this encourages a child to learn… Read More
Are your kids crafty? Do they like to use their imagination and creativity to create something of their own? Like to work with paint, stickers, sewing and alike? Well, you’ve come to the right place! This list below has some of the best-selling, super fun and exciting 28 Gifts for the crafty kid. It’s everything from drawing to creating something with… Read More
It’s the most wonderful time of the year to cozy up on the sofa with a warm throw, twinkling Christmas tree lights and a good, Christ-centered book. It’s a blessed time for the family to bond and become one, while finding the real reason for the season. So I’m sharing with you 32 Christmas books the whole family will enjoy… Read More