10 Personalized Kid-made Gifts

Whether it’s Christmas, Birthday, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, or Grandparent’s Day, there isn’t a care-giver in the world that wouldn’t love a hand-made gift from your child. What would make it twice as nice? A kid-made gift, personalized with a name or initials!
I’ve found a few ideas for personalized kid-made gifts and divided it by age.

Alphabet Crafts for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Alphabet Crafts are a crucial part of every preschool curriculum. Even if you stay at home with your toddler getting them ready for school should be a part of your routine. Whether you do a letter of the day, week, or month,  you’ll want to include at least one craft for each letter to engage […]

10 Nature Crafts For Kids

Nature walks with Roo have been one of our favorite activities together. She calls it “esploring.” It’s amazing how a little exercise and fresh air lifts both of our moods. Granted I don’t get much of a workout at the pace she keeps, but the memories are so much more important! We discuss creation, the […]

5 Fall Activities for Preschoolers You Haven’t Thought Of

Fall Activities For Preschoolers It’s October! Which means Fall is here and it’s time to start seasonal activities with your kids. You’ve probably already searched lists of preschooler and toddler-friendly fall activities But I’ve got some fun ones you might not have thought of! You won’t want to miss these fun activities this Autumn. *Disclaimer: […]

Apple Themed Activities for Preschoolers-plus one for you!

It’s apple season! And what a better time to do some apple themed activities with your preschooler. (I say preschooler, most of these activities are suited for kids anywhere between 2 and 6) Roo and I began homeschooling last year when she was two. Each week we would learn a new letter and do projects […]

Story Stones and Rock Painting Tutorial

Have you heard of Story Stones? They’ve been popping up in my Pinterest for a while now. I love that it promotes imaginative play and early literacy! So, during our quick trip to visit family, I insisted we make a stop at a river. Roo and Daddy played in the water, and I collected stones; […]

Marbled Milk Paper Project

  This project was almost soothing for me and kept Roo entertained for awhile. Be warned! It is a very messy activity and can get out of hand quickly. Have lots of towels and rags close by and don’t do this before any important events! *TMI Post alert. If talking about bowel movements and potty […]

Calming Activites for Little Hands

It’s hot outside, and Roo has been bouncing off the walls (and couch, and beds…) I’ve been trying to find ways to calm and focus her as well as giving her opportunities to release all that energy. We have playdates, play in her little pool, play at the aquatic park, play in the sprinkler, play […]

Keep Kids Entertained All Summer (Screen-Free)

Keeping the kids entertained all Summer screen-free sounds easier until you’ve run through all your ideas in the first week of summer. Just a few days into my oath of keeping summer boredom free, and I’m running out of steam. Sound familiar? Then I realized: I don’t have to be the one to come up […]