This week we learned about the letter T and Turkeys! We found a great way to practice counting skills with our turkeys too! This activity saved me time and created learning that was engaging! [Read more…]
This Paper Plate Lion Leaves Craft was so so cute, we just had to try it! Sure enough, it was simple and it made a great fall decoration. Plus, we learned a lot about lions too!
Don’t you just love activities that are so simple but super fun! These Pumpkin Cup Stamps were great because I only needed 3 materials and the kids had fun! They are a great way to celebrate fall! [Read more…]
There are lots of fun ways to decorate pumpkins without carving pumpkins. These play-doh pumpkins made for a fun way to decorate and learn all at the same time. Plus, it is family friendly so everyone can join in the fun!
I don’t know about you guys but my kids LOVE sticks! Every time we walk to a park, they are grabbing sticks. Join us in changing a simple stick into simple fun!!
Mason jars can be made into all sorts of fun crafts for the holidays! These Mason Jar Pumpkin and Friends are so cute and they are fun for mom to make too! [Read more…]
It is SO hard to get my kids to eat anything, especially dinner! This Spider Spaghetti is so much fun and so easy to make! I love that it only takes 4 main ingredients to put it all together! [Read more…]
These toilet paper roll spiders are cute decorations to bring Halloween to life in your home! Plus, they are fun for the kids! These spiders are great for counting skills, spider science, and fine motor skills for kids too.
This is a great simple craft for apple season! We love apples around here! So, putting together this apple tree made us all smile! we ‘ll be getting ready to pick some real apples soon! It’s great for learning to count, add and subtract, parts of a tree, or even learning about your family. [Read more…]
Fall is here! Apples are everywhere! This tissue paper apple tree is great for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners practicing fine motor skills, following directions and counting skills. [Read more…]