Ten turkey crafts for kids to make for Thanksgiving. Turkey crafts kids will gobble up they’re so cute! Perfect for the holiday season.
I’m on baby break! Can you blame me with these three cuties? So, I’m going to let you all just browse and play this week! [Meet Louis, the littlest brother, if you haven’t met him yet!] Check out what my co-hosts are featuring this week for the highlights! The Imagination Tree Kids Activities Blog […]
We mostly like to incorporate learning into our every day play. But there are occasions that I create intentional learning activities for the boys to do. And Henry really does enjoy doing them. He’s kind of my smarty pants and likes to prove it. Last week was parent teacher conferences at Henry’s school. So we […]
Since I shared a few gross motor activities to do last week on It’s Playtime, I thought I’d turn it around and focus on the little things, like a few fine motor activities. To have lots of inspiration for fine motor activities, check out our 30 activities and materials that promote fine motor skills. […]
I often associate sensory activities to toddlers because it’s all about exploring with your senses and not following direction or learning a specific curriculum. When I think of sensory activities, I can’t help but think of ooey, gooey, slimy stuff to put through your fingers. But there’s more to the senses then just touch. Sight, […]
Henry’s first week of school and they’re already learning shapes! Henry knows the basic shapes, but drawing them, or making them might be a different story. He’s getting much more into it though and I’m loving that he’s trying! I found some learning activities for shapes on It’s Playtime: [above, clockwise from top-left] Timeless Adventures […]