Apple Stamps

The general rule we tell kids is: don’t play with your food… but sometimes it’s so much fun! With Autumn falling upon us, I decided to do this fun, hands-on activity with the kids. It’s very simple and the kids loved it because they were able to manipulate apples in ways they hadn’t before.   …

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5 Plastic Pool Learning Activities

Summer vacation is in full swing and I bet many of you are ready for school to start back up again (I don’t blame you)! I am going to share a little trick with you that will hopefully help keep your kiddos occupied: find ways to reuse old toys in a new and different way. …

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DIY Faux Stained Glass Craft

It’s sometimes hard to find art activities that you can do with kids under the age of 4, but this one will be a sure hit! I made this with 2-year-olds and with a 4-year-old, but I think you could do it with kids a little younger as well as older. This activity is easy …

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Making Bathtime Fun!

Bath time doesn’t have to be a chore every night. You can actually use bath time to your advantage and do learning activities with your kiddos while they are playing. My previous blog I showcased a glow-in-the-dark bath activity, but here are some more activities that you can do during this time: Flash cards – …

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Bath Time Fun!

Sometimes the simplest of ideas can be one of your best. I was recently at Target buying everything that I don’t need (those $1 bins when you walk into the store are going to make me broke!), and I spotted a few things that I thought would be really fun for the kids to play …

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Age Appropriate Activities for Toddlers

12 to 24 months is a whirlwind of an age–they develop and change so quickly. During this time kids are figuring themselves out as well as the world around them. The good news is: pretty much anything can be exciting to them! Here are some age appropriate activities for toddlers, many of which you can …

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Developmentally Appropriate Learning Activities for Infants

Looking for ways to help your baby develop from the comfort of your own home? Here are some fun, developmentally appropriate learning activities that you can do with your baby that will also double as quality bonding time. 0-3 months: Children at this age are still developing their senses, especially their sight. Everything is new …

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Teaching Kids to Clean

Getting kids to clean up their toys is one of those never-ending battles all parents have to deal with. Toys end up in the most random places, too: cabinets, closets, under the couch, refrigerators…the toilet (I know, gross, but true. I’ve even found crayons there!). Well, I’m here to tell you something very important: if …

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