Daylight Saving Time – Changing the Clock!

This Sunday marks the beginning of what’s known as “Daylight Saving” time, when most people in the United States will move the time on their clocks ahead by one hour (the time officially changes at 2:00 am on Sunday). In recent years it may have become simpler to make the change to Daylight Saving because so many clocks are automatically updated, like on cell phones, tablets, etc. […]

4 Activities to Help Prepare Your Child for Kindergarten

From guest blogger Katie Heap of Live Craft Eat. Summertime is coming to a close and that means only one thing – Back to School! For your child entering kindergarten this can be both an exciting experience and one that can make him feel a little hesitant. It is, after all, his first opportunity to put his budding […]

Shape Sorting Clock: 4 Play Activity Ideas

Is your child ready to explore how time works, different shapes, number recognition, counting and the names of different colors? Then it’s probably time to play with a Melissa & Doug Wooden Shape Sorting Clock! With bright colors, a slim design, and lightweight pieces, this sturdy wooden clock learning toy is a perfect tool to help preschoolers start to understand basic […]

Daylight Saving is Back: 6 “Timely” Activities to Fill Your Extra Hour!

Daylight Saving is upon us already! What will you do in your extra hour? The concept of “telling time” can be tricky for kids to comprehend—but that doesn’t mean they can’t have fun while learning! And what better way to explore these concepts than during Daylight Savings? If you’re looking for some easy, fun ways […]