We also get a little crafty at times, Henry always leading the way. Many [most] times the craft never happens because Henry’s not in the mood, or it just doesn’t suit him. But when he does get into it, there’s some pretty cool crafts made, and like I said earlier, they often don’t turn out how I expected.
The Yarn Circle Garland is one of those crafts, morphing into a different kind of craft many times during the process. But the outcome is outstanding!
George gets in on the action every now and then and experiences some very classic baby play learning. Sensory activities are a high priority for his age right now. Touching and mouthing items are his way of learning. Classic baby play, like knocking over block towers, teaches small children about simple cause and effect.
My favorite part about this whole blogging experience is to see and collect ideas[check out my Pinterest page] of what everyone else is doing!
If I find that I’m getting interested in a specific idea and gather a few [read a few as thirty or so], I like to share them with my readers in a round-up post. My favorite of these so far is the 30 Moves for Excess Energy.
Each week, I’m lucky to be a part of a wonderful group of five play-based blogs that host It’s Playtime with me. If you’re playful, be sure you stop by and play with us each week from Thursday to Tuesday for It’s Playtime and link up any play based posts, or find new ways to play! There’s usually around 100 ideas for playing!
Not sure if you got the right stuff for It’s Playtime? Be sure to read How To Play first!