Raising a toddler who loves reading can be tough! Just getting wiggly, busy toddlers to sit still for a book can seem impossible sometimes! Luckily, this series of tips and book recommendations will have your toddler excited about reading in no time! #readingwithtoddlers #raisingreaders #toddlerbookideas
Yikes! The holidays are right around the corner, and if you're like me, you're probably scouring Amazon right now for great gift ideas! If you have kids on your Christmas list this year- babies through teenagers- books might be just the gifts you're looking for. Books make fabulous gifts because they're relatively cheap, they're fun, and they have educational value as well! Instead of wasting your money on yet another toy that will clutter up the house, why not stock a child's bookshelf with some high quality literature?
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!
These hands-on optical illusion activities are inspired by the book “Walter Wick’s Optical Tricks.” They are sure to be a huge hit! Make a DIY mirror box and other quick and easy crafts to surprise and delight your sense of sight!
Kids love children's books about firefighters, but do you know which ones are accurate? Or which ones are good quality? This guide was written by a teacher and a firefighter, and contains all you need to know about firefighter children's books! Great for fire safety week, classrooms, community helper themes, or gifts for kids that love fire trucks!
This cheap and easy DIY light table looks amazing, operates without any plugs or cords, and includes a removable attached sensory bin for a million ways to play!
Who doesn’t have a bin of old, broken crayons lying around? This is the easiest method- from a teacher that’s done it a million times!- for melting your old crayons to make new ones in a variety of awesome shapes!