Seemingly, everything has gone digital along with our kids’ games. It seems as though that, as well as Nursery songs on Youtube, are the most popular forms of entertainment for small children. While TV still dominates screen time, we’ve seen a tremendous rise in online and app-based games. On average, over one quarter of three […]
We explored the new interactive appbook about a Little Lost Note that was on a mission to find herself. Through this self discovery she has a chance to try on lots of different musical sounds and your kids get to play the instruments she encounters along her way. Such a whimsical story that leaves children […]
Mail is such a treat, to send or receive! Make these super adorable envelopes to send some mail to special kids in your life. For this project, I used an oversized book scissors pencil gluestick an envelope as a template Start by choosing a book. It could be one your kids have outgrown, or […]
What preschooler doesn’t love Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are? Here’s how you can make your own monster masks to play with next time you read the story. You’ll need: brown shopping bags with plain backs, white paper, markers, scissors, and glue. First draw Wild Thing faces on the plain backs of the paper […]
Print these pop up letters for your toddler or preschooler to trace and color to get more familiar with their alphabet. Download the full set of alphabet coloring pages here (lowercase) | (uppercase) – The full set includes the alphabet coloring sheet above and all the individual letter coloring sheets below. or Choose from the […]
Read With Your Kits (or rather your Kids) Make it fun and exciting. Enchanting. Fantastical. Did you know that on March 2, parents, teachers, and kids nationwide will be celebrating Dr. Seuss’s birthday and reading with the Read Across America project? You should too!
I love preschool learning activities that I can customize many, many different ways and activities that don’t break the bank. In my previous life as a preschool teacher, we often did this Twizzlers activity. Not only can you purchase the licorice for $1 at the local dollar store and get enough licorice strands for a […]
Concentration is a great game for helping children build their recalling skills, but I don’t like paying the price for store bought games. So, as I usually do, I try to make my own version at a fraction of the price. Instead of one game, I decided to make 4 different versions of this classic […]