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"Grabbing Spiders Through the Web" Fine Motor Activity (from The Little…

"Grabbing Spiders Through the Web" Fine Motor Activity (from The Little Montessori School / Ms. Stephanie's Preschool) Add math facts to the spider and use as a fact fluency game as well

how to set up a playroom

How To Set Up A Playroom to promote learning and play. Where do your kids play the most in your house? The thing is, if you've been to OUR house, this is exactly what we have in our playroom & I'm not even a teacher.

Learn how to make a colorful cloud dough recipe that is taste safe to enjoy with your toddler. With only 3 ingredients our cloud dough recipe is just what you are looking for! Great for sensory play!

2 cups flour, cup vegetable oil or baby oil, Oil Based Candy Food Colors. Mix the Oil and food coloring together first. Then add in the flour. For Scented dough us scents or essential oils used in homemade soaps

Handwashing Activities for Kids - Free Songs and Lessons

Health/Safety Connections- Free songs, printables, and other resources for teaching handwashing skills for kids at a variety of ages;

Fall salt dough ornaments and craft ideas for kids to make! (Find pumpkins, leaves, apples, turkeys, and more!)

DIY your Christmas gifts this year with 925 sterling silver photo charms from GLAMULET. they are compatible with Pandora bracelets. Fall salt dough ornaments and craft ideas for kids to make! (Find pumpkins, leaves, apples, turkeys, and more!

10 Toddler Breakfast Ideas | Culinary Hill

10 Toddler Breakfast Ideas to inspire your busy mornings! If your toddler& 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!

hello, Wonderful - EASY KID SNACK: STRAWBERRY YOGURT BARK

Strawberry Yogurt Bark - Replace cavity-inducing peanut brittle with this simple treat made from nothing besides strawberries and yogurt.

No mess sensory play activities for babies, toddlers, preschool

What can your baby play at 6 months old? Lots of things! Her favourite toy is you, of course, so all the time you spend together chatting, cuddling, singing and doing everyday life things is invaluable in giving your baby the best start in life.