8 ways to prepare your child for preschool

8 Ways to Prepare Your Child for Preschool

Welcome to Katie of Mommy with Selective Memory and Susan of Kindergarten & Preschool for Parents & Teachers.With school starting just around the corner, they’re sharing some ways to prep your child for preschool! Perfect timing for Henry! Mommy’s Dilemma My daughter is a social little girl. She is always on the prowl for new […]

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DIY Yarn Wrapped Wreath

Please welcome Dusti, my sister-in-law. She has volunteered her own craftiness to share with you today. A super cute wreath for you to make for your own front door. And I bet if you have some preschoolers [or maybe a tad older] that would love to help in some of this process!   I am a stay […]

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Paint a Cardboard Town

  Start upcycling some cardboard boxes, or just your cereal boxes, to make a whole town! This is a wonderfully arty post written by Justine of The Lone Home Ranger.     I was not the crafting sort before I had kids. Even after my first daughter came along, I admittedly looked at art projects […]

10 Ways to Get More From Walks with Children

Liven up your walks with some fun and learning! A post written and shared by Aimee at Raising the Cameron Clan.   Pin It It is no secret that there is an obesity epidemic in the United States. As parents it is important that we do our part to encourage our kids to get out there […]

Preschool Activity : Building Structures

Guest Post by    This post is written and shared by Emma at Science Sparks.  A simple, fun activity to do with a variety of ages and skill levels.  And you probably have everything you need right in your pantry!   When I brought out the spaghetti and marshmallows I think my children thought we were having […]

Parenting: Be your Child’s Advocate for a Better Education

Guest Post by    A post written and shared by Melissa at Imagination Soup. Melissa shares a few tips and strategies of what worked for her on how to handle being her child’s advocate for a better education. See what Melissa recommends to do. It started with preschool, but I made excuses. Then, it happened in […]

Parenting : On Motherhood

Were you a natural when it came to motherhood? I wasn’t.  Read on to hear the story of Angelique of AngeliqueFelix.com, on becoming a mother.   A wonderful post is written and shared by  Angelique at AngeliqueFelix.com – The Magic of Play “I am not afraid, I was born to do this”  – Joan of Arc, heroin of […]

Parenting: Learning to Let Go

Guest Post by    Ever feel like this project just isn’t turning out? Let go. Remember the process. A post written and shared by Ali at At Home with Ali.    Learning to Let Go Doing art and craft with young children can drive anyone crazy. Paint going everywhere except on the paper, glue on fingers and […]

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Music: Christmas Cheer

Hi! This is Jill from amomwithalessonplan.com. I am so excited to be visiting hands on: as we grow today! I am also excited that Jamie is taking a well deserved break. Some of you may not know, but along with running this blog Jamie is also a huge support in our little education / mommy […]

Art: Christmas Coffee Filter Garland

  How many alternate uses are there for coffee filters? A google search of coffee filter craft brings up 1,680,000 pictures of crafts you can do with a coffee filters. This month at Art For Little Hands we are doing several art projects using the medium of a coffee filter. One of those projects we worked on […]