Car Games for Kids
A little bit later this week we are going on a road-tip and if you've travelled in a car with kids before for any length of time longer than, let's say, half an hour, then you know it can mean only one thing. Fun and games. Fun and games. If there ain't any games, there's not a whole lot of fun going on! Right? Right. So, to fill the time between snacks, eye-spy, "are we there yet?", fighting, naps, more "are we there yet?" and more snacks, I decided to make up a few games. This way they…
Busy Bag Swap for Toddlers
Yaaay, I'm back! Sure enough, I was able to sign in with a different email address (the hubby's, who I made an author of this blog), an...
Alinas Adventures In Homemaking
Violet heaven behind the house. Between polishing, editing, and attacking the Defect/or poetry collection, I steal time for seeds and flowers. It's hard to
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Check out this selection of DIY projects, handmade items and free resource materials that babies and toddlers can both have great fun with!
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The Waldorf method of education is gaining in popularity, but the tuition is expensive. Learn simple, easy ways to provide the benefits of this method to your child at home.
Color Sorting Activities for Toddlers
Please welcome a special guest, Allison McDonald from No Time for Flash Cards. Allison is here to share 7 color sorting activities for toddlers! YAY! Toddlers are my absolute favorite age group. They are an impossibly adorable balance
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Fine Motor Skill Practice: Weaving Busy Bag for Kids
For this month's Busy Bag of the Month I am sharing a fine motor skills busy bag that I got at my last swap! One of my friends made this weaving busy bag and we
So, I totally didn't make this, but it was hanging up in my classroom last week (Thanks, Terri!), and I totally love it (and the kids REALLY enjoy it). It's super easy to make. All you need is a piece of poster board (Dollar Store sells them for $.50), 2 paper cups, 2 paper towel roll insides, a basket or bowl, beads/counters/beans, etc. and a marker to draw the plus sign! These are all simply taped to the poster board using packaging tape. My older students love to experiment with bigger…