What are your favorite birthday traditions? I can’t BELIEVE 😯...

What are your favorite birthday traditions? I can’t BELIEVE 😯...

Not sure if I’m more obsessed with that smiley-face bird...

Not sure if I’m more obsessed with that smiley-face bird...

April showers 💦💐

April showers 💦💐

Leave it to Harper to raise the question, “Why is...

Leave it to Harper to raise the question, “Why is...

I don’t even want to say it 😩... ELEVEN MONTHS-...

I don’t even want to say it 😩... ELEVEN MONTHS-...

Our little backyard garden typically only yields a comedy of...

Our little backyard garden typically only yields a comedy of...

Tag Archives preschool

Build a Snowman Sticky Window

Build a Snowman Sticky Window

During the winter months I frequently draw inspiration from our favorite cold weather activities and find a way to bring them inside for endless (and warmer) toddler and preschool activities. Your kiddo can build their own snowman over and over (and over!) again with this sticky window snowman activity! For this winter activity, you will need clear contact paper, painter's tape, paper plates, and construction paper. Cut ...

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Snow Sensory Writing

Snow Sensory Writing

Sensory writing is a great way to introduce and practice handwriting skills with toddlers and preschoolers! This snow-inspired writing activity allows kids to use their fingers to copy the snowman flashcard's letter into the shaving cream. This lets little hands practice fine motor coordination and planning without the frustration of holding a writing tool. It is also forgiving and fun to erase which leads to less time spent ...

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Remote Learning School Supplies Storage Kit

Remote Learning School Supplies Storage Kit

Like almost everything else this year, getting ready to go back to school in 2020 feels kind of wild. We aren't browsing the Target school supply aisles with a Starbucks in hand. There's no new backpacks or school clothes. Instead we're searching for sold-out desks and comfy child-sized loungewear. We're brushing up on our own study skills as we get ready to take part in our kids' schooling ...

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