The 10 best 'stuck at home' craft ideas with the kids! - Paul & Paula
The 10 best 'stuck at home' craft ideas with the kids. Next to some math and science I also put things like music and art on our schedule. Ideas here...
"L" Week is Lovely!
When I think of all the different activities we do, I am pretty sure that "L" week is one of my favorites! I know I say that a lot, but we always seem to have so much fun. Let me show you some of the highlights of our week . . . Our friend, Larry the Leaping Lizard, was a huge hit! Besides being fun to put together, we used our fingerprints to make the little purple dots on his body. The best part was getting to leap like a lizard all day long. Another fun surprise for the week was our…
SAND AND WATER TABLES This is a blog for early childhood teachers looking for ways to expand and enrich play and learning in and around their sand and water tables with easy-to-make, low-cost apparatus. It may also be of interest for anyone who appreciates children's messy play.
Awesome Water Table Play Ideas - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Here are some awesome sensory play ideas for your water table that will keep kids busy! Summer is not even in full swing yet, but we are getting a lot of use out of our DIY sand and water table. I love it because it’s the perfect height for the kids to easily access. You […]
all in a day's play
build them up knock them down dot art art and light building art and light art and light reflections phbbbbbbttt! stacking and building fox can play with marbles too Heyyyyyyy Pin It Are you a Mom with kids who learn through play? Link your blog with other Moms blogs, show off your awesome kids, play room, toys, ideas, arts, crafts, etc. Check our other Moms blogs too!! Add your blog link now! Please add the Learn through play Monday button to your blog or website! copy and paste this code…
Painting rocks with water.
I collected these lovel rocks on a weekend excursion with my family. Many of them turn beautiful rich colors when wet. The kids were using a lot of descriptive words when working next to each other to describe the colors, textures, and changes taking place. Drying them off to start again. This little boy kept saying "they get painted" when they were wet. I was having a hard time convincing him that he wasn't applying anything except water. :)