Kids Archive

0

DIY Sight Word Family Flip Books for Kindergarten

When kids are learning to read, one way to help make it easier is to teach kids what is known as word families. A word family is a CVC (consonant vowel consonant) word that ends in the same letters, like “at” or “ig.” Once kids recognize the word family, they can easily

0

Dinosaur Counting Game for Preschool and Kindergarten

Can your kids name more dinosaurs than you? My kids LOVE dinosaurs. These giant creatures have captured the imagination of kids ever since the first fossil was discovered. Channel this love of dinosaurs with kids when you make this super fun dinosaur counting activity for preschool or kindergarten. Kids will love the

0

Melting Rainbow Preschool Science Experiment

Does your kid ask “why” a gazillion times a day too? Little kids are naturally curious about how the world works and are budding scientists – even if they don’t know it! Rainbow-loving kids will adore this simple preschool science experiment where they can melt a rainbow. Introduce young kids to the basics

0

Summer Fun Ideas for Kids

Are you looking for some Summer Fun for Kids? This list has some amazing ideas that you can easily put into place during those long and hot summer months. Kids need more than just the all day TV babysitter. However, us moms can feel overwhelmed trying to occupy them every second of

0

Mini Eraser Robot Counting Mat Activity for Preschoolers

Who hasn’t pretended to be a robot at least once? Robots are such a fun concept for kids. Most kids can’t wait for the day when a robot will help them with chores or their homework! Even little ones love the idea of robots and will squeal with delight whenever they see

2

Fishing for Letters Magnetic Sensory Bin

Learning letters is an important skill for any young kid, but some kids prefer more hands-on activities. For kids who love sensory and kinetic input during their education, try this super-fun fishing for letters magnetic sensory bin! This letter activity will keep kids entertained for hours, and they will have a blast

4

21+ Easter Basket Gift Ideas for Toddlers and Preschoolers

When looking for Easter basket gift ideas for toddlers and preschoolers, I like to look for as many non-candy Easter basket ideas as possible. For one, little kids don’t need a ton of candy. But also because a lot of popular candy options were things I didn’t feel comfortable giving a toddler

4

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

6

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

2

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

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

Close