Are your kids eager eaters, or do they tend to be a little picky? Whatever a child’s view of the daily menu, food-centered play can help expand a child’s imagination, build his or her confidence, and even encourage them to try new foods. Why not explore the first meal of the day with a little […]
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!
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. […]
These Astronaut activities are brought to us by guest blogger Julie Kieras at HappyStrongHome. The first Friday in May is Space Day, a celebration created by Lockheed Martin. Our family recently returned from a trip to Washington D.C., where we enjoyed the National Air and Space Museum. So I knew my boys would love exploring […]
Crafts, puzzles and classic toys – oh my! Looking for inspiration for that “perfect” holiday gift? Check out our new Holiday Favorites Gift Guide, an interactive catalog that features the top holiday gifts for kids this holiday season! Our Holiday Favorites Gift Guide contains everything you need for those cherished kids on your list, and features our very […]
This Conversations with Community Helpers post is brought to us by guest blogger Julie Kieras at HappyStrongHome.com. Children begin identifying with career choices quite early, I’m discovering. Daily, our two year old goes to the playroom and asks for his ‘Struction Worker costume. He’ll happily wear it for hours. What will they become when they […]
This Playtime Press Post is brought to us by Kim Vij from The Educators’ Spin On It. Playtime is one of the most important things of childhood. Imaginary play with has been a welcomed addition to our house now that my youngest turned 3. She and her big sister have created a whole other world by […]