If you are celebrating the opening of Jurassic World like we are (not that our kids are going to actually see the movie in the theater or anything but that’s just a minor detail) then you have to try out this totally gross and amazingly chocolatey treat. I mean really, when you hear your child ask “can we have more Dinosaur Doodoo Bites, Mom?” it will warm your heart and totally make the mess all worth it.
Learning toys have a special way of making learning fun so that children don’t even realize that they are working at something. A quality learning toy can be used for years and in different capacities as a child grows. The best learning toys for preschoolers are good quality and versatile so that they can be used even as your child enters their elementary years.
Note: This post contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosure policy. With all the learning toys available for children today it can be an overwhelming task to determine which one to actually get when you are ready to buy something. Countless hours can be spent surfing the Internet and reading umpteen reviews to find the best […]
Do you have any angry birds fans in your family? If so, this is a really fun, easy and free activity. If your kids like Angry Birds but your family doesn’t own any Angry Birds stuffed animals OR your children don’t like Angry Birds you can use other stuffed animals and just do a regular tower […]
Note: This post contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosure policy. I love thinking of ways to teach something that will be more fun for all of us than the typical worksheet. Worksheets can be fun too sometimes, depending on what they are, but I love finding hands-on tools for the kids to use. When […]
Note: This post contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosure policy. I was inspired to do a Doc McStuffins week with Tootsie Pop and Kitty Cat after seeing all the great ideas and printables that Carisa at 1+1+1=1 put together. Our girls love all things Doc McStuffins so this was perfect for them. I intended to […]
This is a very simple and inexpensive activity for teaching counting, number recognition and matching. I knew that I wanted to incorporate Goldfish crackers into our G is for Goldfish theme week but initially I wasn’t sure how. I thought about the skills that Tootsie Pop and Kitty Cat could use some extra practice on and decided that […]
Children seem to love cute little pictures. Cute little pictures make learning fun. I know I need cute little pictures to have fun learning, how about you? 🙂
I found these adorable cards at our nearby Dollar Tree and knew I had to get them for our C is for Cat and D is for Dog theme weeks. $1.00 for a pack of 24 was a no-brainer for me. The cards came blank so there is a variety of different activities you could create out of them.