Fish Shapes Craft

Finding Dory has been the kids’ go-to movie during Quarantine so this week we are focusing on fish! Here is another simple craft for toddlers and preschoolers using basic shapes. I love talking through different shapes with my children and seeing how seemingly unrelated shapes can come together to make something so familiar to them.Continue reading “Fish Shapes Craft”

Sprinkles Art – Happy Earth Day!

Happy Earth Day! Though everyday should be Earth Day, April 22 of every year is a great opportunity to focus on our beautiful planet and teach our little learners why it is so important to understand what is so unique about Earth and how we can do our part to keep it thriving and habitableContinue reading “Sprinkles Art – Happy Earth Day!”

Toilet Paper Roll Binoculars + Nature Hunt

Quarantine has shown us all just how precious our toilet paper is right now so why not get some use out of those toilet paper rolls, too! This is an easy craft both toddlers and preschoolers can easily complete with minimal assistance. Not to mention, your little explorers can put them to use almost immediatelyContinue reading “Toilet Paper Roll Binoculars + Nature Hunt”

Cereal Box Puzzles

We’ve been treating ourselves to lots of yummy, sugary cereals during quarantine so we have lots of empty cereal boxes going into recycling. Food boxes, book covers and store signs are some of the first types of environmental print your child learns to recognize and remember. So why not turn those cereal boxes into puzzles!Continue reading “Cereal Box Puzzles”

Name-saurus Shapes Craft

Make a new dinosaur using basic shapes and encourage your child to name it and tell you three things about their new dinosaur! Book: Oh Say Can You Say Di-no-saur by Bonnie Worth (Cat in the Hat Learning Library) Supplies needed:2 colors of construction paperScissorsRulerPencilGlue stickMarkers (optional to draw face) On the first piece ofContinue reading “Name-saurus Shapes Craft”