The Ultimate Rainy-Day Activity Book

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Even the gloomiest of days can be brightened with a few crafts, some imaginative play, and lots of laughter! That’s why we collaborated with our creative friends at Highlights again – this time to bring you The Ultimate Rainy-Day Activity Book: Part of our month of Rainy-Day fun! (If you haven’t seen our Rainy-Day Pinterest giveaway, you [...]

Donate Magazines for Earth Day

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This Earth Day post is provided by our guest blogger Roo of NEON FRESH Happy Earth Day!  Here’s a fun and easy project to do with your kids that teaches them about recycling AND donating. 1) Provide some background: First, I took a few moments to explain Earth Day to my 4.5 year old and 3 year [...]

4 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day With Your Child

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This Earth Day post is provided by Guest Blogger Katie Heap of Live Craft Eat April 22nd is Earth Day! Here, you will find 4 activities that will not only help you celebrate Earth Day with your child, but also discover a few things about the planet and its inhabitants while you’re at it. Activity 1: Make Earth balloons [...]

Activities For Toddlers

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To a toddler, just sitting on the floor watching life happen can be fun and entertaining. However, in order to ensure they are getting the most out of their developmental years, there are certain activities for toddlers that are more valuable than others. Learning doesn’t have to be a bore though, which is why Kid [...]

Fun and Unique Birthday Invites: Origami for Kids

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Learn how to create adorable Origami birthday invites in this special guest post from our Birthday Bash co-host Jillian (A Mom With a Lesson Plan). For all our Birthday Bash resources, click here. * * * Creating fun and unique birthday invites is one of my favorite parts of planning a party! When I was invited to join [...]

Earth Friendly Grocery Store Play

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Earth Day is right around the corner, and even though your toddler may not understand the full meaning of Earth Day you can still include them in some great pretend play with recyclables. My daughter loves to pretend, and one of our favorite set-ups is the grocery store. For Earth Day we decided to raid [...]

U.S. Geography for Kids: American Flag Easel Painting

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This “U.S. Geography for Kids” homeschool post is part of a series (An Introduction to U.S. Geography for Little Kids) from our special guest blogger Genny Upton (In Lieu of Preschool and Parent Teach Play.) This month in our homeschool we are focusing on U.S. Geography. Though my children are young, I feel it’s never too early to [...]

Gardening with Kids: Kid-Made Plant Markers

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This “gardening with kids” craft is written by special guest blogger Joyce from Childhood Beckons. Spring is here, and like many others, my family is turning our attention towards the garden. We’ve started planning and preparing, and we’ve even done a little creating! These bright and cheery plant markers are a great way to get your [...]

Charming Cherry Blossom Craft for Kids

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What’s your favorite springtime flower? For many, early spring is associated with beautiful cherry blossoms, as people gather in various cities to watch them bloom. In case you don’t have some cherry blossoms nearby (or maybe it’s still a bit too chilly to enjoy them!) here’s a charming (and easy!) cherry blossom craft for kids! Materials: [...]