Most kids want to start helping when they are 2 or 3 years old. Below is an infographic that includes creative ways for your children to help clean up. We’ve broken it down by age and have included some other facts about chores, too.
Mix up this DIY glitter slime right in a Ziploc® container. Just stir 1 bottle of clear glue together with the food coloring and glitter of your choice, then slowly add in ¼ cup of liquid starch. It’s an easy sensory activity for the kids. The perfect no-
10 Young child Breakfast Ideas to inspire your busy mornings! If your toddler’s eating habits are sometimes a question mark, start him or her off with a strong breakfast. Mix and match these toddler favorites below with milk for a great start to the day!