Preschoolers and kindergarteners love hands-on activities, but who has time to make different elaborate materials all the time? Why not find an awesome multi-purpose materials that you and your kids will enjoy time and time again (and get your money’s worth)? In this post, we are sharing a super easy tutorial for making tile letter magnets and . . . . .
What kid isn’t fascinated with Monster Trucks?! Today we are sharing monster truck counting printables that are great for preschoolers. We have also collaborated with a handful of other kid bloggers to bring you a fun transportation theme. Besides monster trucks, there’s air transportation, diggers, and a matching game with six common vehicles you find . . . . .
Are you ready for Halloween? Maybe you and the kids already have the porch decorated, pumpkins painted, and an adorable paper plate vampire hanging on the refrigerator. Now you’re looking for a fun activity to do with them that’s easy, fun and a little spooky. How about some Halloween Science? Yes! In this post, we are . . . . .
This week’s Virtual Book Club for Kids theme is spiders. The featured book is a favorite, The Very Busy Spider by Eric Carle. To go along with the book, we are sharing a fun printable spider web letter match activity. This hands-on alphabet activity will have kids matching uppercase letters with lowercase letter. Then, be sure . . . . .
One of the thing that we love to do together since starting this blog is book-inspired activities. Not only is it the perfect way to spend mommy and me time (or daddy, grandma, big brother….), it’s also a great way to expand a child’s vocabulary. It’s important to expose babies and toddlers to as many words as . . . . .