0 SharesPin563Share24Tweet+1This monster sensory bin is the perfect way to engage in pretend, Halloween play without being too spooky or scary for little ones. During the day, the eyeballs are fun to squish and look for, and then at night, they glow, which has quite a different effect! A
523 SharesPin515Share8Tweet+1Busy bags are fantastic to have on hand for quiet time, waiting rooms, church, etc. I like to have fun themed ones to take out for different seasons. This button practice busy bag practices and encourages fine motor skills, while allowing for some creativity and imagination when decorating the scene.
0 SharesPin102Share16Tweet+1Get your printers ready! Here is our list of some of the best fall printables for kids around. From toddlerhood to early elementary education, and from reading to math to games and fun, we’ve got ya covered. Activity/Games Fall Games for Toddlers // Views From a Step Stool Letter R
0 SharesPin101Share4Tweet+1Have you seen the new Ghostbusters movie yet? My oldest son loves the old movies and anything Ghostbuster related. So, we decided to finger paint some ghosts! This homemade finger paint was the perfect recipe for some fun, outdoor summer sensory play and art. And, easy to make and