I like to introduce crayons around the age of one. As with all of the materials that I bring into a home, I recommend 100% supervision. Toddlers and up For… Read more My Favorite Crayons and What Stages I Use Them With →
Theme: My Body This month, we are learning about the the body. Curently, I have young toddlers so we are keeping is simple. Materials: Blue blanket Mirror Montessori body cards Dolls Cookie cutters Books Links: Montessori body cards All About Me Eye, Nose, Fingers, and Toes Toes, Ears, and Nose! I found the blanket and mirror at a discount store and I have a massive jar of plastic cookies cutters.
Today I am announcing the October picture book of the month for The Little Book Club. My Pumpkin can be purchased here. Every week, I will be sharing crafts, activities,… Read more The little book club:October →
Smores Trail Mix 1/4 cup nuts(any kind, we used peanuts) 1/4 cup chocolate chips 1/2 cup teddy bear shaped graham crackers 1/2 cup mini marshmallows 1/2 cup dried fruit… Read more Smores trail mix →
Mixed Media Campfire Supplies: Card stock Construction paper Sticks Glue stick Tacky glue Instructions: Tear construction paper into small pieces, Tissue paper would work great too. Glue torn paper with… Read more Mixed Media Campfire craft →
Firecracker painting! Black construction paper. We used size 12″ by 18″. Paint Paper plates Toilet paper rolls I did this with a 2,3,and 4 year old. All of them loved… Read more Firecracker painting →
This snack is only three ingredients but super delicious! Greek Yogurt Graham Crackers Fruit We used Rainier cherries, blue berries, and strawberries so that we could have the red, white,… Read more Simple 4th of July snack →
Creating Sensory bins: Start with a base. These are just a few ideas, you can literally use anything for a base. Rice Noodles Dry beans Cereal Water Sand Beads… Read more Sensory Bins made easy →