Make a ice wreath to feed the birds all winter

Edible Ice Wreath Bird Feeder Craft

Gorgeous ice wreath made from edible goodies from the pantry to make a bird feeder craft that kids can put together. Treat the birds all winter long.

Valentine's Day Scavenger hunt with hearts to learn to recognize numbers

Valentine’s Day Scavenger Hunt with Numbers

This Valentine’s Day scavenger hunt for hearts is one of my all-time fave activities. Maybe just because its a scavenger hunt, but I also really get into Valentine’s day crafts and activities too, so this is a great combo using them both. I shared this post first a couple years ago during the middle of […]

Soapy sensory foam activity for kids to explore

Soapy Sensory Foam Activity for Kids

Whip up some foam using just dish soap and your food processor! Let your kids explore the sensory foam! Its a wonderful sensory activity for kids of all ages. I knew when I saw this snow sensory activity from dish soap, from You Pinspire Me, when I collected the ideas for the Snow Collection that it was something […]

Make a color collage for learning colors

Super Simple Color Collage

This is a super simple color collage for learning colors. It’s a great introduction for colors because its great for kids that are just beginning to recognize that there are different colors and this is all about matching the colors and not putting labels on it. George, however, already knows most of his colors, so […]

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Tracing Numbers on Tape

A quick setup for toddlers for tracing numbers that works on recognizing numbers and also is great practice writing for older preschoolers and even kindergartners. I taped numbers on the floor with painters tape. We’re huge on using tape in our house. I use it for a lot of activities with the kids. Everyone asks, […]

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Flour Play Sensory Activity for Toddlers

A wonderful go-to busy activity, not to mention sensory activity for toddlers, is to set out a tray for flour play! I set out a jelly roll pan with a layer of flour spread along the bottom. Be sure to only add as much flour as you want to clean up, because it is guaranteed […]

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Pumpkin Scented Rice Sensory Bin: Bonding with Your Kids

Today’s post is a wonderful rice sensory bin for toddlers themed for the fall, shared by Amy of  The Connections We Share. Not only is it fun, but its also a bonding experience with your kids. A pumpkin scented rice sensory bin is a great way to bond with your children. It is interesting, safe, easy to […]

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Toddler Sensory Bag with Slimy Eyes

Create a slimy experience for toddlers without the mess with a sensory bag! It’s a perfect sensory activity for Halloween. As well as perfect for all ages, including babies and toddlers! I saw these Halloween and fall hair gel sensory suncatchers from Happy Hooligans. They have lots of ideas that they added to their sensory bag suncatchers. What’s in […]

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Texture Sensory Wall for Toddlers & Babies on the Move

This sensory wall for toddlers is a wonderful sensory exploration for both young toddlers and older babies that are on the move shared by Erin of Bambini Travels. This is a combination tactile experience and fine motor activity perfect for a child learning to walk or new to walking. Some fun materials to gather for your texture […]

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A Window Fall Tree Craft for Toddlers

Of course, after George did the apple tree craft, he wants to do another one. He goes in these streaks a lot. Often its with water activities… but he does it with painting a lot too. This time its apple trees. I usually try to switch it up a little so we don’t get bored, […]