Gross motor skills are important in the development of any child. Activities that work on gross motor skills help out in another area: Burning off energy.
Science@Home had a great post linked up to last week’s It’s Playtime: Body Games! These games are played with just your body! They all really encourage play in children of all ages! We are very active in this house and do many of these games on a regular basis: Running! Wrestling! Tickling! Some games that I’m most excited to try: Rolling […]
Last week on It’s Playtime! I featured some baby things to do. The pudding fingerpaint [from Girl in Air] stuck in my mind. A friend of mine commented on Facebook about using baby food, too! That’s just what I did. George was fussy one afternoon while Henry was napping. After failing all attempts to make him happy […]
I just recently found Jane’s blog, Mama Pea Pod, through our weekly party It’s Playtime. Jane has two small girls so her crafts and playing seem like a breath of fresh air to me. Her Princess Pea just recently had a Rainbow Birthday Party that looks like it was a lot of fun! But, what caught my eye […]
This is Henry’s first year of actually trying to do some egg decorating. We tried some new [to me] techniques this year. I got inspired by the 26 Ideas and Techniques for Egg Decorating list that I put together earlier this week. Henry, my mom and I tried 4 techniques. ————————- Vibrant Egg Dye Aren’t these […]
Here is Henry’s and my entry for the Tissue Box Challenge put on by The Activity Mom and JDaniel4′s Mom. Puffs Easter Bunny! This is as crafty as we get here. Totally out of our element. But it was so simple and quick to make! Materials you’ll need: 1 small Puffs tissue box (full) 1 toilet paper roll (empty) white […]