Treats for Future Foodies!

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!

Chase away the dreary days with tropical grill recipes that make you smile

Though we are in the middle of comfort food & casseroles season, I love mixing things up and using our grill in the middle of fall and winter. When we’ve had too many chilly, drizzly, grey days in a row, our family likes to fire up the grill and make something spicy and tropical to […]

Glowing Fairy Bottle

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. […]

Career Day for Kids: Exploring Occupations through Play

Career Day for Kids: 10 great ways to explore occupations! “What do you want to be when you grow up?” That’s a question all children seem to hear. Think about all of the exciting adult careers you wanted to have, as a child! You may have even followed your childhood dreams and be working in […]

Product of the Week Giveaway: Round the Town Road Rug & Car Set

Product of the Week Giveaway! Get revved up for hours and hours of pretend play adventures, with our Round the Town Road Rug & Car Set! Girls and boys will love playtime spent moving around the large, soft play surface of our round the town road rug (measuring 39″ x 36″). With looping roads and […]

Be an Astronaut!

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 […]

Family Traditions

This family traditions post is brought to you by our guest writer and special needs consultant Dr. Melissa Liguori, Ed. D. Believe it or not, it is that time of year again! Holidays, family, friends and traditions are just around the corner. Children of all ages love to hear about and participate in meaningful family […]

Playtime with Toy Vehicles

Trains, planes, boats and cars are all part of the wonderful world of toy vehicles! Even very young children can become fascinated with fire trucks, bright yellow buses on their way to school or trains chugging down the tracks. Whatever the inspiration, vehicles become a favorite playtime activity for many girls and boys! Zoooom!  These four squeezable Pull-Back Vehicles roll quickly across the floor, after being pulled back gently and released. Special “rev-up” wheels make it easy […]

Why Pretend Play Is So Important

This post is from Emily of Simply Real Moms, an online magazine dedicated to providing relevant information to parents. With backgrounds in education and early childhood development, Simply Real Moms’ editors join us to share effective tips that you can actually use – now! Children who are on the autism spectrum, like my son, have a harder […]