Rainbow Sprinkles Photo Frames

Something about rainbow sprinkles just makes me happy! And since schools are closed, momma is making her own Mother’s Day crafts with the kids this week! We did this rainbow sprinkles photo frame craft two different ways. We used a pre-made wooden photo frame I bought from Dollar Tree a couple of years ago, andContinue reading “Rainbow Sprinkles Photo Frames”

Seashell Sorting

Have I mentioned that my kids are SUPER into Finding Dory, lately? Don’t get me wrong, it is a GREAT movie, but I don’t know how kids can want to watch the same movie over and over and over and over again! We took a trip to Pensacola Beach last summer (oh the days whenContinue reading “Seashell Sorting”

Five Little Goldfish Song

Five Little Goldfish is a variation of Ten Colorful Fish Swimming in a Bowl and is ideal for younger learners to practice counting down from five. I used gold craft felft to make five fish and white craft felt for the bowl. Buy the felt set on Etsy on make your own! When you areContinue reading “Five Little Goldfish Song”

Goldfish GO FISH! Game

One of the first games I remember playing as a child was Go Fish!. My sister and I played with cards, but we really like playing it to match socks after they came out of the dryer. It is a fun and interactive way to get your socks matched! I have played it with myContinue reading “Goldfish GO FISH! Game”

Ten Colorful Fish Song

My 2-year old requests this song over and over again. She thinks the little fish are “so cuuuute!” It is a great flannel board rhyme for learning colors and counting, but even if you don’t have a flannel board at home, you can still sing this song and create an interactive experience for your littleContinue reading “Ten Colorful Fish Song”

Our Earth Song

It’s not technically Earth Day anymore, but we should celebrate our planet EVERY DAY, right?! The earlier children learn about the Earth and how we can all help keep it vibrant and thriving, the more likely they will be to develop lifelong habits of recycling, reusing, reducing and conserving! Try out this little ditty withContinue reading “Our Earth Song”

At-Home Learning Schedule

Early learning is all about engaging little learners at a critical period of brain development from birth to age five. Nurture, nutrition and engagement all help grow a happy, healthy child. By age five or six is another milestone – Kindergarten! Follow these five activities 2-3 times a week to feel confident your little learnerContinue reading “At-Home Learning Schedule”

Pretzel Butterflies

‘Tis the season for chasing butterflies! And, wow, they sure fly fast. Every time we find one outside, it’s like hitting the lottery. So when I suggested making butterflies at snack time, the kids were all about it. The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle is a local favorite, so we re-read it, snacked andContinue reading “Pretzel Butterflies”

Double Bubble HOP & POP

Do your kids need to get out some energy? The Double Bubble Hop and Pop activity will keep them running, jumping, popping and hopping! Not to mention, it will help develop gross motor and coordination skills! Here is what you need! Sidewalk chalk Bubbles Bubble popping music Use the sidewalk chalk to draw circle “bubbles”Continue reading “Double Bubble HOP & POP”

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”