136 Shares Pin131 Share5 +1 Tweet StumbleMy kids always enjoy gutting the pumpkin, it’s like an ultimate form of sensory play! But we aren’t always sure what to do with all of the pumpkin seeds, there are only so many we can cook and eat. This process of making colored
23 Shares Pin23 Share +1 Tweet StumbleThese printable monster games for kids will keep your little ones busy (and learning) all while having fun! Grow their vocabulary and enjoy some quality time together. Included are a matching game, Monster Bingo, and Monster I-Spy! Printable Monster Games for Pre-K-1 Here are 3 really fun and simple monster games for
143 Shares Pin124 Share19 +1 Tweet StumbleWe love upcycling toilet paper rolls! This simple feeding Frankenstein craft can be used a number of ways. They make cute indoor Halloween decorations, or can encourage fine motor practice and counting. We used them for all of the above! Check out how below.