Toddler Chalkboard Maze for Learning Letters

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George is getting the hang of some, if not most of his letters. But, learning letters seems to come and go with him. Instead of badgering him to learn more, more, more. I'm in a phase of building his confidence about what he already knows. I set up a chalkboard maze for him to work on recognizing letters, but also to work on fine motor skills with a little bit of writing ...

Super Power Rings Scavenger Hunt for Kids

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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 buy it on Blu-ray Combo Pack August 27th], is a tail [hehe, tale...] ...

Promote Fine Motor Skills with 30 Materials & Activities

30 fun ways to promote fine motor skills

Fine motor activities have always been put on a back burner in this house, until recently. Which is probably a good thing. Gross motor skills should come before fine motor skills. Those big muscles help the little muscles! But wow! What a difference a year makes! Last year, Henry wouldn't sit still, or have any desire to do anything that didn't involve a lot of running around. ...

Learning Shapes with a Ball for Toddlers

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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 for this activity as I was setting it up. George just asked for an activity and he picked shapes!] We ...