This week on the Melissa & Doug blog, we went back to the “basics:” Basic supplies every craft closet needs, simple puzzle extension activities, and some easy ways you can survive a grocery store trip – with a toddler! Here’s a round-up of what we shared: How to Survive the Grocery Store- with a Sassy [...]
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Arts & Crafts activities can provide endless hours of creative fun for children. But many parents often wonder: what art supplies do I really need to keep in my craft closet? We recommend starting out with the basics. Once you have a few fundamentals, your child will have plenty of inspiration to explore and create wonderful crafts! Finding [...]
When a child asks: “When are we going to X?” many parents may typically respond with the name of a certain day of the week. However, for younger children, this may not mean that much yet: “Monday” or “next week” can mean very little while children are still understanding the concept of time and memorizing the [...]
Winter is the best season for arts and crafts: with more and more time spent indoors, parents are always looking for something to entertain antsy little ones! If you’re looking for a fun and unique indoor activity, then check out our new Cut-Crease-Create kits! About Cut-Crease-Create Kits Cut-Crease-Create kits allow kids to create stunning paper [...]
This week on the Melissa & Doug blog, we focused on helping you kick off 2013 with some exciting and inspirational activities and projects. From free printables to organizational tips, we think you’ll find something in our Blog Post round-up to help support your family’s resolutions for the New Year. If you have any feedback [...]
January is here! For many early learners, another year (or even month) might not mean that much…yet. Here are some educational conversation-starters and activities to help kids understand what January is all about! 1) “January is…” Take a few moments to introduce your child to the month of January: - There are 31 days in [...]
The New Year is a great time to work with your child on setting goals. From customizing a responsibility chart, to documenting New Year’s Resolutions, children across all ages can explore and enjoy the concept of setting goals and priorities for the year ahead. Our guest blogger Julie, from ayearwithmomanddad, shares a simple and charming [...]
Say goodbye to 2012 and HELLO 2013 with this fun New Year’s Number Search printable! Instructions: Put a line through each “2012″ you find Circle each “2013″ you find Click on the image to download this printable! For more fun winter activities, visit the Melissa & Doug Pinterest “WinterWonderland” board!