Ooooh . . . we’re in the double digits now (yes, I’m a dork and get excited about things like this)! So many great link-ups at last week’s Stress-Free Sunday. Based on those shares, I’m going to focus on some musical activities for kids! Letting children express themselves through music, movement, and dance is soKeep Reading
Today, I want to share a few simple activities about Memorial Day for kids. I hope you find my explanations and ideas helpful! Why we celebrate Memorial Day: For many, Memorial Day is looked at as a “kick-off” for summer — pools opening, school drawing to a close, and the finalizing of vacation plans. AtKeep Reading
At Engineer’s 6th birthday party, we played a variety of Skylanders-themed games. A few days ago, I shared our Frozen Jewels activity that had the kiddos rescuing sapphires from frozen prisons. Today, I’d like to share a Skylanders sensory play activity from the party. I’m calling it “Skylanders in the Mist” because apparently I haveKeep Reading
This week, I’m featuring some fun letter activities for kids at Stress-Free Sunday. As you may already know, I’m passionate about early literacy. I firmly believe in using a balanced literacy approach when teaching children to read and write, and letters are definitely a part of this process.
Related: Everything You Need to Know About Mini Erasers Here’s a spring activity I used to promote fine motor and math skills at preschool. This was a simple, easy to set-up math center that kept the kiddos busy for most of center time. They had a blast, all the whole improving their fine motor skillsKeep Reading
Engineer recently turned 6 and really wanted a Skylander birthday party. Keep in mind, this is a very new obsession interest of his, which means I knew hardly anything about it! While I was “researching” some ideas for his party, I came across a variety of Skylanders party games and birthday ideas. One of myKeep Reading
Today I’m over at B-Inspired Mama, sharing a fun way to integrate nature and science into a literacy activity. Stop on by and check it out! Shared at Discover and Explore, Tot School Tuesday Done-for-You Preschool Resources Planning meaningful lessons for students week after week while balancing other teaching responsibilities and a personal life can beKeep Reading
This week is Children’s Book Week, and you know I love that! I’m excited to partner up with some other amazing bloggers to get you “in the mood” for celebrating the week with us! Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas Smiling Like Sunshine JDaniel4’s Mom There’s Just One Mommy
As always, thanks for linking up at Stress-Free Sunday! So many great ideas were shared at last week’s link-up! Today I’m excited to feature those focused on outdoor fun for children.
This is my 200th post, so I wanted to “spend” it on celebrating my kiddo. He turned 6 today, and I can hardly believe it! He invited a small group of friends over to celebrate with us, and we all had a blast.