A lifestyle blog by Mel D
Uh-oh, where did the summer go? It’s August ALREADY, and among the other gazillion things on your teacher to-do list, you may be thinking about which behavior management system you’d like to try with your class this year. Well, I can guarantee, that if you try the Rewards Coupon system, you’ll be blown away by the response from your kiddos. In teacher circles, there’s been so much talk lately about Brag Tags and Reward Coupons that I think it’s the perfect time, right before school starts…
Printable Roads for Awesome Imaginative Play.
Do your kids love playing with cars? These free printable roads make playing with cars even more fun!
I have Who Has Shapes and Colors - itsybitsyfun.com
I have a red square who has a blue circle? Lets learn some shapes and colors with I Have Who Has! Look games are great for learning!
Mix and Match Monsters
An open-ended monster making felt board activity for kids. Would be great for Halloween, but it's also a great way to explore emotions with preschool age children.
MPMK Gift Guide: Top Picks for Family Game Night - Modern Parents Messy Kids
I am such a fan of your website and emails! Thanks for working so hard, especially at Christmas shopping time! Grandparents have scored major points after I forwarded them your lists. -MPMK Reader, Lauren These are awesome! I’ve waited to make Christmas lists until they came out- and now I”ve shared with all my friends. The past two …
Free Perler Bead Patterns for Kids! - U Create
Free Perler Bead Patterns for Kids - Hello Kitty, minions, minecrafts, Disney, and more!
DIY Fall Craft: Bird Seed Ornaments - Hoosier Homemade
My office is surrounded by windows, and my desk faces the front yard. I love watching the birds and squirrels outside my window. These Bird Seed Ornaments are a great Fall Craft to enjoy with your kiddos. Did you know that if you feed the...
Family Game Night with a Three Year Old - Intentional By Grace
Need some ideas for family game night with a three year old? Here are seven of our favorite games to play together.
A Great Homemade Toy (and Home Schooling Get Together)
Earlier on in the week, I took my kids to their first ever "homeschooling get together". Homeschooling is pretty rare in my area, and though my children do have friends, they had yet to meet kids their age who learned exclusively at home until a few days ago. My kids had a great time, making new friends, tasting their first green smoothies, doing creative projects from recycled material, while I chatted with the parents there about many of our common interests, like health, cooking…