Penguins are a perfect inspiration for some winter sensory and small world play! Find five fun ideas for ways to play with penguins- 3 ideas for penguin sensory play, and two easy to create penguin Small worlds- plus a list of other ideas for ways to play with penguins! This is a perfect addition to any winter animals unit, or preschool or kindergarten winter theme! Learn about penguins and Antarctica or just have fun! #penguinsensoryplay #penguinsmallworlds #winteranimalsunit #winterplayideas
This mess-free painting activity looks amazing on the light table and is perfect for baby play and easy toddler fun! It’s a great color mixing activity for preschoolers and older kids can even use it to draw or write! It’s easy to set up and requires no cleaning!
Toddlers will love this beautiful DIY rainbow train set! They can admire the beautiful colors as they push their train around the tracks. This toy train set is easy to DIY at home with basic materials!
Don't let your kids get bored with their ball pit! Check out this list of ways that kids can keep learning and having fun with this toy! These ball pit ideas will keep your kids excited for a long time! #ballpit #DIYtoys #grossmotoractivities #finemotoractivities
This easy and fun play-dough invitation to play lets kids create their own playdough monsters, and is inspired by the Mo Willems book, “Leonardo the Terrible Monster.” Kids will love this Sensory and fine motor activity!
Hide a prize or a gift, then send your kids off to find it in this treasure hunt that will have them looking for clues all over the house! The FREE printable rhyming clues make set up a breeze! This activity is awesome for birthdays, parties, Christmas morning, or just a rainy day!
These veterinarian themed book related activities for the book “Vicky the Vet” are perfect for preschools, homeschool, or just having fun with animal-loving kids!
These simple DIY paper dioramas are easy to make and perfect for school projects, book reports, small world play, or DIY dollhouses on the go! This craft requires no special supplies- just a few pieces of paper, scissors and glue!
Find out how you can use a black light to get kids excited and engaged in 5 different types of learning activities! A guide for teachers and parents to incorporate this exciting tool in your learning space!