Button Sorting Cups
Help your toddler and/or preschooler learn more about colors and even counting by making this fun and easy sorting cups.
Ginger Lilly Tea
Today I want to introduce you to the ever-so enchanting and London-based blog, Ginger Lilly Tea. Designed by talented photographer and artist Keri-Anne, Ginger Lilly Tea was created to document and share her love for her family, photography and art. Every day I stop by to see the incredible photos that Keri-Anne has taken of either her precious two girls, Elle and Mia, her whimiscal diy tutorials or just the amazing England countryside where she, her husband and two girls reside. Keri-Anne's…
In honour of my brother Ryan, I welcome Ness from One Perfect Day and her lego marble run. _______________________________________ We recently bought a wooden labyrinth. It’s one of those marble mazes where you tilt the top to move the marble through the maze. There a lots of holes along the way and the idea is to … Continue reading "Lego Marble Run"
My Son's 5th Birthday and Cars Cake
When I asked my son what kind of birthday party he wanted I already had an idea in my mind that I was going to sell to him. He had other plans though. He was very convincing. He wanted a Cars party. I tried and tried to convince him otherwise, I've already done a Cars party after all, for his 3rd birthday. But alas, he won, it is his birthday after all. I will have to save my other fabulous ideas for my other two sons. Hopefully they will amuse mommy a little more. As for the 5 year old, he…
Alphabet Sounds Fishing and Matching game - The Imagination Tree
Use ping-pong balls to practise letter names and sounds with a fun fishing and matching alphabet game for pre-schoolers!
SUPER EASY Color Match Game For Moms To DIY Today!
Calling my crafty moms! Today's post is a simple color match game that can be customized to what you have on hand. #gluedtomycrafts
Tot School - Snowman Week
C is 32 months (This post contains affiliate links) I am not sure if they still make Danimals drinks in this shape? I don't buy them, but I saved these from my teaching days when a child would bring them in for snack. I always thought they looked like snowmen, so I colored one with a Sharpie marker. They work well for Snowman bowling... This was probably C's favorite of the week! I put tape on the floor to mark where to set the "pins" up. I thought about writing numbers on the tape and pins…
10 Baby Busy Box Ideas
10 of our favorite baby busy box ideas: Busy boxes for babies can provide benefits such as fine motor skills, cognitive reasoning, and language development.
Every Spring I always get an itchy green thumb, so I decided to put that to good use and do a gardening unit with the kiddos. Here are some...
Cardboard Sensory Boxes for Toddlers and Babies
A friend recently offered me a bunch of boxes in hopes that I might be able to use them for play group. I said yes right away because I’ve been wanting to make a cardboard city for months. …
25 Fun Counting Games for Preschool and Kindergarten
These counting games for preschoolers and kindergarteners will help kids learn to count and recognize numbers in a playful way.