These sensory play ideas using rice are great for all sorts of learning-through-play activities. Uncooked rice can keep for ages and ages, giving you a versatile material you can use for sensory tubs, art, maths and language games, and more.
There are times when what you really want is a super simple activity that your toddler, or preschooler, can do (almost) by themselves. Perhaps if you’re suffering with morning sickness, or when your new baby arrives and you need to feed them, or if you’re trying to cook dinner.
Activity for ages 3 and up. My four year old daughter, A’s, favorite 4th of July event is watching fireworks explode in the night sky. So I whipped together this 4th of July twist on those classic Alka-Seltzer rockets. This kids’ science experiment uses antacids which can contain aspirin so make sure to inform your kids that …
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Make potions and flower petal soup in the outdoor play kitchen for summer sensory play fun and learning! I love how the warmer days lend themselves to lots and lots of outdoor Continue reading Flower Petal Soup in the Outdoor Kitchen
" When the temperature drops and the snow starts to fall, you might be tempted to hibernate inside. But here’s how to embrace the cold and give your kids the exercise and fresh air they need. Just make sure to dress them properly and don’t go outside if it’s too cold for comfort. These outdoor activities are perfect for winter days"
There's no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothes!