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Simple Ways To Get Organized For Lunch Time

For longer than I’d like to admit …. my storage cabinet has been crammed full of every cute and colorful storage container I could get my hands on at an affordable price. Things literally fell out when you opened the door! I knew I had to whip this space into shape and get things going […]

Stacy Shares: Take Dress-Up Up A Notch!

I have a confession to make … we aren’t huge Halloween people. We don’t eat lots of sugar (no white sugar at all actually), or take candy from strangers! Just kidding — we do trick or treat, but when we get home we give it all back out to cute kids in costume who knock […]

Professional Development Day – Activities for Kids!

Your kids may soon have a day off from school so their teachers can participate in a Professional Development Day, but do not assume this day need only be for the teachers‘ professional development! Take the day to learn about different professions with your child. It’s a great opportunity for him to see and appreciate […]

Fantastic Facts About Your Favorite Fall Foods

Autumn isn’t called the harvest season for nothing.  If you’re looking to sneak-in a little nutritional learning with your child this season, here are a few “Fantastic Facts” about some of the most popular Fall foods. Apples Nothing says autumn like a crisp juicy apple. From apple picking to apple cider to bobbing for apples, […]

4 Lessons in Organizing Toy Spaces

Moving into a new home is stressful and overwhelming. Whether you’re upgrading or downsizing, room layout and size differences can really wreck havoc on your prior organization systems! While some people can get themselves unpacked and ready within a week or two, I discovered our family needed “Get to know you time” with our new […]

Fall Matching Activity for Kids (Printable)

Looking for a little Autumn-themed fun (that sneaks in a little learning, too)? Then enjoy this printable activity with your child that celebrates this fabulous Fall season. Click to download this Fall matching printable, then ask your child to identify the two leaves that match! Other ways to enjoy this printable are: Ask your child […]

It’s World Vegetarian Day! 4 Playtime Tips for Kids

Break out the broccoli, because October 1st in World Vegetarian Day!  Even if you’re not a vegetarian or a vegan, you can still use this as a learning opportunity with your kids: Explore healthy foods, and some new nutrition tips with these four fun crafts. 1) Craft up some vegetables.  Use construction paper, glue and […]

Preparing Your Kids for Halloween with Pretend Play

Our Blog Ambassador, Valerie Deneen, has been busy preparing her kids for Halloween using lots of pretend play to practice good manners, proper trick-or-treating etiquette, and important safety tips. Check out her recent post on her blog, Inner Child Fun, for some simple ways you can help prepare your kids for Halloween with plenty of […]

End of the Year Clean Sweep

It’s time to get down to business! Join three of our Blog Ambassadors in getting organized before the chaos of the holidays hits. In this special organizational series, our Melissa & Doug Blog Ambassadors will share their practical advice in helpful categories like: Evaluating Spaces Organizing Your Home Getting the Kids Involved Let’s meet these […]