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Counting Activities for Preschoolers

These colorful counting activities for preschoolers are shared with us by guest blogger Angela Thayer of TeachingMama.org. Teaching children to count is foundational for learning math. The best way to teach little ones is through play and hands-on counting activities. When I saw this counting caterpillar toy, I knew it was a perfect tool for […]

Learn How to Count with Animals

Looking for a simple and fun math activity for toddlers and preschoolers? Learn how to count with animals! Young children learn best with hands-on activities. This is why we love to use toys as learning tools in our classroom, such as when we sorted shapes. We search for high quality toys with removable pieces that fit nicely in […]

Puzzle Free Play: Sensory Play and a Scavenger Hunt!

Puzzle free play activities from guest blogger Jamie of Hands On As We Grow! Puzzles are an amazing toy for kids of all ages. We absolutely love doing puzzles in our house, from super simple puzzles to 500-1000 piece puzzles with my 8 year old. What I love about the simple puzzles from Melissa & Doug […]

Simple Ideas for Outdoor Toddler Play

These simple ideas for outdoor toddler play are shared by our guest blogger Dayna from Lemon Lime Adventures. The weather is getting nice and of course, that means that we all want to get outside and play with our toddlers. Melissa & Doug makes getting outside super easy and fun with their active play and outdoor gear! If your […]

Mother’s Day Activities

Four Foolproof Ideas for the Best Mother’s Day Ever… Yes, Mother’s Day activities are supposed to be all about us moms. Put up our feet, relax, and don’t lift a finger, right? However, we all know sometimes the reality can be, um, well, a little different. Of course, our kids have good intentions. The best, in fact. […]

DIY Craft: Make an Origami Paper Flower for Mother’s Day

An easy DIY craft: Kids can make a Mother’s Day origami paper flower! When our Blog Ambassador Amy of TeachMama asked friends what their children wished they could do for Mom, it’s no surprise that many answers included giving flowers! It seems as if everyone enjoys giving (and getting) colorful flowers. So we’re here to show […]

How to Plan a Family Picnic

Plan a family picnic, with tips from guest blogger Sara of Bitz & Giggles. Let’s be honest. When our husbands or kids ask us what we’d like for Mother’s Day, we often daydream about cuddling up in a chair with a good book, spending a day at the spa or heading to the beach to just soak […]

Bright and Cheerful Springtime Garden Crafts For Kids

There’s just something magical about gardening with your kids. Planting seeds, nurturing new life, digging your fingers in the soil and creating food you can feed your family. The cherry tomatoes we grow hardly ever make it in the house! To keep the magic alive in our small backyard garden, we try to interject as […]

Playing House: Our Perfect Morning Routine

This pretend play morning is shared with us by our guest blogger Dayna from Lemon Lime Adventures. I don’t know about your kids, but mine love to pretend to be me. They love the idea that “Mommy” does so many things they just aren’t quite old enough for and all of my kids (my toddler […]