When the holidays come, we like to make it a little extra special for our kids and any party guests we have. One of the ways we love to celebrate the holidays is by making cute edible crafts like these
Kids never run out of energy. They are always learning and exploring and getting into things. We parents, on the other hand, often need time to rest and recover or just get things done around the house without constant interruptions.
Ever since we decided to get a balance scale, my boys have been obsessed with using it…as a catapult. While I encourage their exploration and creativity, I figured it was time to teach them how to really use the balance
Crafts you can eat. Could there be anything more wonderful? These Christmas snack ideas are sure to brighten up lunch or snack time during the holiday season. The best part? They’re a healthier option and kid-friendly. These candy canes, Christmas trees, snowflakes, reindeer, and…
Since E is a kinesthetic learner (meaning he learns by doing rather than by hearing or seeing), it was important to me to find him some great hands-on tools for our homeschool this year. He loves STEM concepts, especially math
My son is a hands-on and very visual learner, so I try to incorporate tangible learning activities wherever I can, including in the playroom. One of his favorite hands-on activities is the Playroom Learning Tree where he is able to
Easter baskets are always so much fun to give and receive, but sometimes it is hard to think of what to include. Problem: Traditionally, you’ll find loads of candy and toys in Easter baskets, but my kids have