Easter Counting Activity

I love providing my children with hands on activities. It’s just makes learning so much more FUN and meaningful when you provide them with sensory activities. I picked up a few items on the Easter aisle at Walmart last week and decided that I would make the princess something to help her with her basic counting. She knows her numbers, but found the activity a lot of FUN. I’m sure the jelly beans had a tad bit to do with it, {Read More}

How to Make Homemade Slime – Shiny Gold

I’m not sure who enjoys the homemade slime more, but it’s become an addiction in our home. We love making different colors for some festive fun. The children love to gather all the material before starting. They think it’s so FUN to make as well as play with for hours! A lot of the time, they just love the texture and feel of the homemade slime while reading or watching TV. I usually double the recipe because I love to {Read More}

FREE Polar Express Preschool Pack

Our family loves the move Polar Express. It’s a movie we watch as a family yearly during Christmas time. And the little ones watch it numerous times over the course of the year. We also love reading different versions of Polar Express. You can check them out at your local library.   This FUN Polar Express  Preschool Packs Includes: Letter and number recognition Sequencing Smaller and larger I can write my name Puzzles Amazon.com Widgets I created this Polar Express preschool printable {Read More}

FREE Nativity Play Dough Mats!

I could not think of a more FUN and CREATIVE way to narrate the Christmas Story than to build the character themselves with play dough. Read Luke 2, put on some Christmas Music, and just let the kids have fun. It’s a great activity to do while you are filling out your Christmas planner or Christmas cards. My four-year old had so much fun with these and even got her older brothers to join in on the fun. There are {Read More}

FREE Pumpkin Patch Playdough Mats with Recipe!

My children think playdough mats are the coolest! I love to create them, too. It’s pumpkin season, so I thought it would be super FUN for the Princess to practice her number recognition and counting with these pumpkin playdough mats. And of course, we had to make pumpkin pie playdough to go along with these pumpkins playdough mats. The pumpkin pie playdough smells absolutely wonderful. My daughter learned quickly that it was not edible. I love making homemade playdough because it less expensive and it last a very {Read More}