Disclaimer: I received a free product for my post! These views are my own and were not at all influenced by the party who gave me this opportunity.. Imaginative role play is a key part of a child’s learning development.
I had a lot of fun teaching my preschool-age son colors so I compiled a RAINBOW of activities we used to sharpen his color identification skills (as well as some more advanced lessons including color mixing, science, match, and etc.)
Disclaimer: I received a free product for my review! These views are my own and were not at all influenced by the party who gave me this opportunity.. My son LOVES taking baths so I try to make his bath
Like father like son…these boys sure to love LEGOs! Since he has so many already, I decided it would be fun to incorporate LEGOs into his bedroom decor in a functional way– so we got to work and built this
You have probably heard of Flat Stanley and the projects that kids do in school. They fold “themselves” up and send them to someone who will then take them somewhere and send back the project with a photo, story or
This Mancala game egg carton craft is a lot of fun for kids and will keep on giving. Use this craft as an opportunity to teach your kids about repurposing, saving money, following game directions and counting. Build your own DIY Egg Carton
This yogurt cup planter is a great project for kids. Use this as an opportunity to teach your children about growing and caring for vegetables, photosynthesis, repurposing, saving money, eating healthy and subduing God’s earth. Here’s what to