Lately I’ve been looking into ways to calm my preschooler. Roo has had a rough few weeks and we wanted to help her learn to be more in control of her emotions Big emotions can be scary for toddlers and preschoolers. It’s our job as parents to help them navigate through them. Part of my […]
New Years Eve is still a holiday. Kids love holidays! So what kind of New Years Eve activities for kids don’t include staying up past midnight?
I’m so glad you asked.
Entertaining a sick kid is hard. Roo is always moving, always busy, constantly looking forward to the next exciting thing of the day. When she gets sick, it’s like the world has been turned upside down. Her brain still commands her to run and play, but her body refuses to move quickly enough. She becomes […]
Doing crafts with kids can seem like an impossible task when your kid can’t seem to sit still more than two seconds. “My kid won’t sit still long enough for a craft,” is a common excuse I hear from parents and care-givers. Whether your kid has ADHD or other sensory processing disorder that keeps their […]
Fall is in the air! So Roo and I decided to make a paper fall craft today. This paper pumpkin craft was super easy, and Roo was able to follow along without much help! Fall is by far my favorite season. October is my favorite month of that season because, here in Texas, we don’t […]
DIY Craft Kits can be the perfect solution to “I don’t know what to craft today,” syndrome. When you think of crafting, most of us turn to Pinterest or our favorite arts and crafts bloggers for inspiration. But sometimes, that Pinterest-worthy toddler craft is just not achievable. Craft Kits made for Toddlers and Preschoolers can […]
If the weather is warm, fill up your kiddie pool! As long as you keep a close eye on them, Kids will love the opportunity to splash around in just plain water and get cool.
But if you really want to step up your game, put something else in for these kiddie pool activities.
Preschoolers will love making these pipe cleaner Christmas ornaments. And they’re so pretty, parents will love to hang them on their tree! *Affiliate links included. If you choose to make a purchase after clicking one of the links below, I will receive a small commission. For my full disclosure click here.* I love using Pipe […]
Walking Rainbow Experiments are quickly becoming a popular Preschooler Science project. I love how it teaches not only color science and the mixing of colors, but also introduces concepts like absorption. Walking Rainbows are a great way to start teaching the order of the colors of the rainbow to preschoolers and it’s just fun […]
Contact paper has been surging in popularity as a kids crafting medium recently. I bought some to use in our Nature Sun-catchers a few months ago and have been enjoying searching for more uses. This simple rainbow craft is fun for toddlers all the way to older school age kids. Skills will include fine motor, […]