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Christmas Flashlight Scavenger Hunt for Kids

Alrighty kids, let’s go on a flashlight scavenger hunt! A quick activity to set up. I grabbed some Christmas bows from my wrapping paper stash and stuck them around the boys’ rooms upstairs while it was almost time for dinner. Super simple! I called the boys to go on a scavenger hunt for some Christmas […]

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Kindergarten Math Activity to Solve Simple Addition Problems

This is not just a Kindergarten math activity that works on solving simple addition problems, but can also be a great number matching game for preschoolers! Henry surprised me the other day and brought home a coloring page with math addition problems on it. I had no idea they learned addition in Kindergarten! He then […]

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25 Active Ways to Learn Indoors with Tape

I have a thing with tape. I kind of like it…. just a little. Okay, maybe a lot! It comes in handy for activities, especially for active ways to learn pretty much anything! The great thing about tape is it gets the kids moving indoors. When its too hot, or too cold to be moving […]

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I’m Playing Hookie.

Okay, not really hookie. I feel like crap and I can’t muster up the energy to write my post for the Move & Learn series. So I’m just writing quickly to share what my co-hosts are doing this week and I’ll see you again next week! Light Saber Sight Word Practice at Coffee Cups & […]

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Simple Obstacle Course for Crawlers

Louis is mobile now and¬†almost walking, so he’s crawling like a maniac, and stairs are not an obstacle anymore…so its time to have some fun! Creating an obstacle course seems kind of crazy to do with a baby… but it really isn’t! It’s a great way for babies to work on their already building gross […]

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Beginning Letter Sounds Sort Game

I normally just wing it when it comes to doing learning activities with Henry. Just basing it off what I know he already knows and what I think should come next. Henry has most of the beginning letter sounds down, so I rarely touch on it at home. We have here and there, but not […]

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25 Just Plain Fun Activities for Active Kids

My kids are definitely active kids. They rarely just sit to do activities, so we include a lot of movement in our activities. Lately, we’ve been doing a lot of gross motor activities that involve learning for the Move & Learn series, but what about just to get them moving just to have fun? These […]

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Getting Messy with a Mud Target Practice for Kids

Setting up a simple target practice for kids leads to great gross motor practice with throwing! This is a messy, but oh-so-fun one. “If you want more mud, then go get more dirt.” Yep. I actually said those words. And it was so worth it. A mess can always be cleaned up later. Especially when […]

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Super Power Rings Scavenger Hunt for Kids

After getting the opportunity to have a sneak preview of the new Disney Super Buddies, we were inspired to go on a scavenger hunt for our very own super power rings. Get ready for an epic tail! Just a little background on the movie first. From the creators of Disney Buddies,¬†Disney Super Buddies [you can […]

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Learning Shapes with a Ball for Toddlers

This is a fun shape learning activity for toddlers, that George kept asking to come back to and play all day. I taped a bunch of shapes onto the floor in an area. I didn’t really pay attention to where I put them, or in any certain order [mostly because I didn't have a plan […]