10 04, 2014

How to get super crafty for Easter

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Easter is on April 20th this year, are you ready?  It will be here before we know it, then Memorial Day, Fourth of July and next thing you know it’s Christmas again.

In case cooking isn’t your thing, these activities are fun and educational for your little ones.

If you have any leftover Peeps, you can use them for science experiments.

No Time for Flash Cards has a ton of easy Easter activities for toddlers that will be sure to keep your […]

20 01, 2014

Create a Super Genius Through Sensory Play!

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Well, maybe not exactly, but you clicked on the link right?  Just kidding.  Sensory play can actually help during early childhood development.  Allowing children the ability to use their senses to collect data and process information teaches them the importance of the scientific process while strengthening their neurological pathways.  It’s a fun excuse to let your child get messy and have a lot of fun while doing so!

This pudding play activity is a great introduction to sensory play for […]

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    Holiday Crafts Guaranteed to Cure Your Child of Holiday Break Boredom

5 12, 2013

Holiday Crafts Guaranteed to Cure Your Child of Holiday Break Boredom

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The holidays can be a fun but stressful time, especially when your kids are home on holiday break. Little hands can grow restless if not kept busy.  We’ve scoured the web to find activities for every Holiday that will keep your child entertained for hours (hopefully).

Growing a Jeweled Rose has an amazing resource of sensory activities for almost every Holiday of the year, particularly Halloween and Christmas.  These activities use basic household ingredients like milk and cornstarch to create some […]