A Beginner’s Guide to the Tactile Sensory System

This post is brought to us by our guest blogger Dayna at Lemon Lime Adventures. Understanding sensory processing is extremely important for a parents, caregivers, and teachers alike, which is why I am truly excited to be back for the second edition in this six month series unraveling Sensory Processing and how it relates to […]

DIY Meditation Chain

This DIY post was created by guest editor Carrie Anne Badov from EverythingMom.com You’ve probably heard that meditation offers many health benefits from improved concentration and reduced stress. It’s one reason I made trying meditation my challenge for January. The practice has also shown benefits for children too. As I’ve discovered, focus can be the hardest part of meditation […]

50+ Box Play Activities with Kids

This box play activities post is brought to us by guest blogger Kim Vij from The Educators’ Spin On It. Have you ever noticed at times your child is more interested in the box than the new toy? You take quite a bit of thought in a gift to give your child and many times once they […]

Valentine mail bags: super-cute, sweet and simple

This creative way of bringing some personalized fun and creativity to Valentine’s Day is brought to you by Melissa & Doug, written by our Blog Ambassador Amy Mascott.   I have been a Classroom Parent now for almost five years, and each year, I am not sure what to do for Valentine’s Day Mail Bags. Some years, […]

Water Color Heart Card Craft

This heart-themed card craft idea is brought to us by guest blogger Kim Vij from The Educators’ Spin On It. Valentine’s Day is approaching soon and it will be time to start thinking of our loved ones. Sending a special love note to a someone in your child’s life can be a big deal for a child. Here’s a fun […]

8 Easy Valentine’s Day Treats for Kids

This Valentine’s Day themed post was brought to us by guest blogger Sara Zenner from Bitz & Giggles. You know what my favorite thing about Valentine’s Day is? The treats. I bet if you ask your kids the same question, their answer would be similar to mine. Every child looks forward to exchanging valentines at […]

Saving Memories

This creative memories post was created by guest editor Carrie Anne Badov from EverythingMom.com. When something nice happens to us, like finding money you thought you had lost or receiving a compliment, we can’t help but smile, a feeling of happiness washing over us. These moments happen to our kids too so why not encourage them to save […]

Simple Tip for Teaching Toddler Chores

This post is brought to us by our guest blogger Dayna at Lemon Lime Adventures. Toddlers are amazing. They are growing and learning every day. They can light up the room with their smiles and laughter and they thrive on independence. That’s why this is the perfect time to encourage your toddler to help out […]

6 Family-Friendly Super Bowl Appetizers

This family-friendly meal plan is brought to you by Melissa & Doug and written by our Blog Ambassador Zina Harrington. Click here to see more posts from this series. The Superbowl is around the corner. This annual event has almost become a national holiday, bringing families together over the game and, of course, FOOD. Below […]