Our Blog Ambassador, Tiffany Dahle of Peanut Blossom, has been busy whipping up a delightful mix of the “tastiest” play ingredients around for future foodies. See what Tiffany has put together! READ TIFFANY’S FULL POST HERE To find family-friendly recipes, tips for helping picky eaters, plus even more cool ways of encouraging creative play for future foodies, follow us on Pinterest!
If you are searching for a few ways to make learning interesting and fun, look no further than your child’s dress up outfits. My kids love to dress up for pretend play, so these learning activities were a huge hit with them! We love the costume role play sets from Melissa & Doug because they are […]
Learn how to make a glowing fairy bottle, from guest blogger Sara of Bitz & Giggles. My kids are getting so excited about Halloween. Cora, my four-year-old loves playing dress-up. I hang all of her play dresses and costumes on the bottom bar of her closet so she can easily grab them whenever she wants. […]
These tips for hosting a kids’ costume party come from Guest blogger Julie of HappyStrongHome! I love planning and throwing themed parties and play dates! I simply cannot resist a good theme (like a Knight’s Birthday Party or my son’s Farm & Tractor Birthday Party!). And I can’t wait for birthdays to come around each […]
Smiling little faces will soon be going door to door, singing out the words, “Trick or Treat!” We can hardly wait, and want to join in on the adventure by bringing you our very special Halloween costume giveaway! To celebrate Halloween, we’re giving away seven of our amazing role play sets for kids. Because Melissa & […]
Make a lasting impression on children with this creative way to teach kindness, from Guest blogger Julie of HappyStrongHome! When my toddler son requested a Knight in Shining Armor birthday party for this third birthday, I wanted to make it special for him, of course, … but more than that, I wanted to make the memory […]
This Play with a Purpose post is brought to you you by our guest writer and special needs consultant Dr. Melissa Liguori, Ed. D. As parents, educators and caregivers we know the importance of pretend play. Children of all ages love to dress up and become one of their favorite characters, role model, or even an animal. […]
This sibling activities post is brought to us by guest blogger Kim Vij atThe Educators’ Spin On It There is one thing that draws children together regardless of their ages… it’s water! Think of how much fun you had as a kid around water. Water play can be a fun way for siblings to connect. […]