Goldilocks Sensory Storytelling Basket - The Imagination Tree
Create a Goldilocks sensory storytelling basket using small toys for preschoolers and school aged kids to re-tell the story in their own words!
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Story Props
Such a simple way to create a story telling prop to accompany The Very Hungry Caterpillar book. Simply cover a Pringles tin with some pl...
Gruffalo DIY: Wooden spoon Gruffalo puppets
Gruffalo wooden spoon puppets One of our favorite books is Julia Donaldson's Gruffalo. Apart from the humor and the cool rhymes and rhthymn of the text , I find the illustrations of Axel Scheffler particularly attractive. It is also a great story to act out with funny voices. So last week I bought some wooden cooking utensils (a pack containing a spatula, a spoon and two less useful items a fork and a spoon with two holes in it) and decided to make some puppets out of them based on the…
Sorting Baskets Phonics Activity - The Imagination Tree
Set up a fun phonics activity for preschoolers and school aged children with this sorting objects into baskets game! Easy, low-preparation and adaptable
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Storytelling Basket - The Imagination Tree
The very hungry caterpillar storytelling basket for hours of playful storytelling fun! This is a wonderful resource to go with a classic kids' picture book.
How to make a pebble traffic game for your child
This game will be loved by all kids who love to play with cars. Nadia from HappyEmotions created this game for her 3 year old son. As she says, he can stay at it for a long time and loves to play it often. He is not always paying attention to the signs but just driving his cars on the roads. Nadya is using pebbles for this game since children love them and they also keep their original shape and color. Another benefit of this game is nature awareness. Please note, this game is for kids older…
Fairy Bell Rings | Etsy
These fairy rings sound as pretty as they look. Solid wood rings are 3 inches in diameter and rubbed with natural beeswax for a nontoxic, sweet-smelling finish. This listing is for a set of two rings as pictured. Intended for children over age three. Due to the bells and ribbons these are not suitable for any child who mouths toys. I will ship your items via USPS First Class Mail within two business days of receiving payment. For more information please see my shop policies. Thank you and…
How to Tell a Story - Crafting Connections
David Sewell McCann, of Sparkle Stories, shares four easy steps for telling an intuitive story. Most important, start talking, trusting that it is right.
Goodnight Moon Sorting Activity - Munchkins and Moms
A great sorting activity to pair with Margaret Wise Brown's popular bedtime story, Goodnight Moon!