Kids Archive

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Popsicle Stick Fine Motor Color Match Game

Preschoolers and toddlers will love playing with this Popsicle stick fine motor color match game. Matching colors is a fun activity for little ones to play with and makes a great busy bag activity. Boost fine motor skills and color recognition skills with this color match game! Popsicle Stick Color Match Game

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Unicorn Sensory Bin with Oobleck

Unicorns are having a moment. Go into any store, and you’ll find something with a unicorn horn within minutes. My daughter is crazy about unicorns! If you have unicorn-loving kids in your house too, they will adore this super-fun, and science-themed unicorn sensory bin! This sensory bin uses cornstarch and water to

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Counting with Rainbows: Fine Motor Counting Activity

If your kids love rainbows, then they will jump at the chance to try this fun rainbow fine motor counting activity! Counting with rainbow beads is a fun way to practice counting skills and boost fine motor skills at the same time. Use small rainbow beads like in our activity for practice

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How To Brush Your Teeth For Children {With Free Chart}

These tips for How To Brush Your Teeth For Children are a great place to begin with your toddlers. A great beginning in dental hygiene will lead to good habits the rest of their life. While this may seem obvious to some, it really can be tough to teach your kids. Check

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Leprechaun Slime Recipe: St. Patrick’s Day Activity for Kids

Slime is such a fun tool for sensory learning and play. There are almost endless things you can do with it. This St. Patrick’s Day, make this fun leprechaun slime recipe made from clear glue and orange food coloring. Kids will be delighted at how well their slime turns out and the

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Printable Shopkins Lollipop Covers for Valentine’s Day

Looking for a cute and easy Valentine’s Day treat for kids? Get these Shopkins theme lollipop covers to make sweet classroom valentines! The first time my daughter exchanged valentines at school, she got so excited. She was in preschool and loved everything about it – decorating a Valentine’s Day box, giving valentine

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Printable Shopkins Valentines Cards

Is your kid obsessed with Shopkins too? My daughter didn’t really know much about them until she started kindergarten. I’ve known about their existence for awhile, but since they were so small, I didn’t buy her any when they first came out. As their popularity grew, I was intrigued while also relieved

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Bouncing Playdough Recipe

Looking for a fun activity to try with your kids? They will love this recipe for bouncing playdough. It just takes a few ingredients, but it makes a batch of dough that is almost as bouncy as a super ball! Try out this recipe today and your kids will be bouncing dough

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Button Towers Fine Motor Activity for Kids

It is important for kids to develop fine motor skills before learning to write. Developing fine motor skills early helps young kids learn to hold a pencil correctly, type, use their hands for skilled labor, and lots more! Fine motor activity helps children develop these fine motor skills. If you have any

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Printable Labels For Organizing Kids Clothes

I love the idea of keeping things orderly, but sometimes I struggle. These super cute Printable Labels For Organizing Kids Clothes are just the motivation I needed to really tackle the kid’s things recently. If you are like me, sometimes it takes having something cute and fun to get you motivated to