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...

Can you believe Easter will be somebunny’s last “first holiday”??...

Can you believe Easter will be somebunny’s last “first holiday”??...

Tag Archives toddler activity

Spring Sensory Bin- Garden Dig

Spring Sensory Bin- Garden Dig

If there's one place I know I can find my kids in the spring, it's elbows deep in the dirt in our backyard garden. I'm talking full on showers every time they come inside. So a few years ago I started making them an indoor garden spring sensory bin; it's a perfect solution for those days when the weather isn't the best (which let's face it, in Northeast ...

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Rainbow Colors DIY Sensory Puzzle

Rainbow Colors DIY Sensory Puzzle

I have seen these cute cardboard sensory puzzles floating around social media so I decided to try to DIY my own. I ended up making this one for the kids to sort pom poms into rainbow colors! It is a simple and fun invitation to play that I have kept set up on our kitchen island for them to do in the mornings or while I am making ...

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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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Paper Roll Firework Craft

Paper Roll Firework Craft

I love this firework craft that I shared last year on Instagram so much that I want to reshare it here. It is such a fun and simple 4th of July activity that kids of all ages will love! Given the Coronavirus hoarding, I know you all have plenty of toilet paper rolls stashed around your house; here's the perfect way to use them this July! We used ...

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Spring Garden Sensory Bin

Spring Garden Sensory Bin

After a long winter, as soon as my kids finally hear that it is "SPRING!", they have visions of flowers and gardening and sunny bike rides. Welp, not quite yet, guys. If your weather is anything like ours, Spring brings it's fair share of rainy and dreary days before finally brightening up. So while we wait on brighter days ahead, I came up with this Spring Garden ...

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