605 Shares Pin598 Share7 +1 Tweet StumbleWe love the reaction between baking soda and vinegar. The fizzing and erupting never gets old for my kids, and we have found SO many ways to incorporate this science project into our regular activities. This art project takes the reaction and makes a
88 Shares Pin79 Share8 +1 Tweet Stumble1Kids love trains. Engaging the senses while learning and providing hands-on experiences allow kids the opportunity to make connections with the materials in front of them. After reading the Polar Express this week for the Weekly Virtual Book Club for Kids, we are doing
0 Shares Pin Share +1 Tweet StumbleThese printable Winter games for toddlers will keep your little ones busy (and learning) all while having fun! Because our Fall games for Toddlers were so popular, we made a version complete with snowflakes and holly 🙂 Grow their vocabulary and enjoy some quality time together.
23 Shares Pin18 Share5 +1 Tweet StumbleGift wrapping pretend play is such a fun activity to do with kids around the holidays, and perfect for building fine motor skills. Cutting, measuring, taping and decorating all incorporate math, art, and motor practice through PLAY. We have been collecting recyclables such as cardboard
0 Shares Pin Share +1 Tweet StumbleEngaging all the senses is a really fantastic way to promote learning through play. Hands-on play and the ability to really explore materials creates lasting memories and a depth of understanding. These Christmas sensory sticks allow for exploration through the senses of smell, touch,