Fine Motor Rainbow Ball Game
Rainbow colored scarves in a ball create an irresistible fine motor game for kids!
Pin the Tail on the Bunny | Easter Games for Kids | From ABCs to ACTs
Forget the donkey! We’re playing pin the tail on the bunny! A simple, mess free, color matching Easter game that kids of all ages will love!
Mess Free Painting for Kids - Active Littles
This mess free painting for kids is so much fun for babies, toddlers, preschoolers and for kids! Great for learning colors, color mixing and more!
Infant & Toddler Fun: Balls, Bells, a Basket, and a Box
This fall has brought with it major changes to the composition of our childcare home. This summer- we were quite busy with a number of school-aged children. When they went back to school - we enrolled a couple of new families and welcomed back some of our younger children who had taken the summer off. All of our infants have also grown and reached the stage in development where they have become mobile and are ready for more exploration! We are all born ready to learn and explore! Here is a…
Toddler Fishing - I Can Teach My Child!
This toddler fishing activity is the perfect outdoor activity for your little one! And it's a great way to beat the heat this summer!
Four Foam Block Building Ideas
I do my best to offer my children a variety of options to facilitate their play, for example, we have six different kinds of blocks, each with their own unique features. The latest addition to our collection was the foam block. While offering a variety of blocks has its benefits, using each kind of block in different ways offers additional advantages for building math and critical thinking skills. Lately we've been using our foam blocks in some non-traditional ways. Floating Structures All…
Sensory Play for Baby
Sensory play for babies is a great way to introduce them to new textures in their world. It stimulates their senses and promotes development. I took a deep bin and filled it with rice, you could also use corn kernels or dry oatmeal. My daughter is 4 1/2 months and although she does put her hands in her mouth she is not quite grasping, holding and putting things in her mouth, so eating it was not a problem. We are in the supported sitting stage so I just propped her up against the side of the…
Two-Year Old Preschool at Home
Are you interested in exploring Two-Year Old Homeschool Preschool with your child? Check out what we do for Preschool at Home!
100+ Free File Folder Games
100+ Free File Folder Games! Search by Grade or Theme. Preschool-Third Grade, Tons of Thematic Games for History, Social Studies, Character and more!
Weather Activities For Kids - Teaching Special Thinkers
Need spring weather themed activities for your classroom? Check out this blog post with tons of hands-on and engaging literacy, math, science, art, and sensory ideas kids will love! These fun printable lesson plans are great for preschool, kindergarten, homeschool, or special education students. Toddlers will love the sensory bin and crafts!