Work is calming
Tyler is typically a very fun, easy-to-giggle, happy little boy who loves to go off and play on his own, but ten days of exhaustion mixed with drugged hyperactivity from the lovely amoxicillin he's on, caught up with him for a moment last night. I was attempting to make dinner and Tyler wasn't in the mood for Mommy's attention to be elsewhere. I realized that he needed work, though I had nothing that I thought would keep his interest. I could tell he needed something new but not too…
The Very Hungry Caterpillar - Stimulating Learning
Girlanda z listů na ozdobení pokoje nebo venkovního stanu. Nejlepší jsou ty tuhé, kožovité listy. Jen pozor, aby děti babičce neoškubaly celý keř magnolie.
Colorful pipe cleaner bead mazes
After seeing some wonderful pipe cleaner designs being shared on other blogs, I finally knew exactly what to do with all those scraps of Styrofoam squares and blocks I have been saving up in my garage... This is a very open ended process and there are
Superhero Ideas for the Early Years
I started off this topic with a letter addressed to Reception. It was from the Joker to say that he had kidnapped all of the small world superhero characters. The children were outraged and I feig…
Pasta threading activity for toddlers - Laughing Kids Learn
Simple pasta threading activity for toddlers to do using play dough and straws. Great for fine motor development and hand/eye coordination. Lots of fun too.
DIY clothespin tongs: Having children pick up different things such as cotton balls or bead with tongs works on fine motor skills in the child's hand. Increased fine motor skills will make it easier for the child to write.