Bath Time Sight Words

BathTub Sight Words

School is already back in session. Summer just seemed to fly by, didn’t it? Once school starts you have limited time with your children. By the time they get home from school you only have a few hours which are usually spent helping with homework, making & eating dinner and getting things ready for the [...]

Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus Activity

Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! Play Dough Kit for Kids--Fun to do after you read or to make to give as a gift!

Mo Willems’ Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! (affiliate link) is one of our favorite books so we were thrilled to see that it was one of the choices for this month’s Virtual Book Club for Kids!  We came up with a super fun Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! activity {a play dough [...]

Alphabet Soup Early Literacy Activity

Alphabet Soup Letter Activity for Kids! Ways to learn and play in the post.

Making alphabet soup with your preschoolers is a great way for them to move and learn!  They can have fun while mixing and pouring water and work on letters at the same time. It’s a fun early literacy activity that also super simple to set up. Alphabet Soup water alphabet magnets or plastic letters blue [...]

Sunflower Craft

sunflower craft for kids

 Sunflowers are such pretty flowers!  They are so big, bright, and sure to bring a smile.  This sunflower craft is perfect for this time of year.  If you’ve grown a few sunflower seeds in your yard, they are super tall and probably starting to topple over by now.  Kids will love to stamp this sunflower and create their [...]

Math Play for Kindergarten {Counting On}

FUN Kindergarten Math Activities for Common Core Standards: Counting On

Make learning fun with these Kindergarten Common Core math games for counting forward from numbers other than one. Playing with numbers and using hands-on games is a great way for kids to internalize math concepts!   Today I’m going to show you three fun learning games that I play with my kids to teach them [...]

A Simple Heat Experiment

A Simple Heat Experiment for Kids

How heat affects things is sometimes difficult to understand. This simple heat experiment shows how heat causes molecules to move faster. {Plus kids think it looks cool.} Simple Heat Experiment Supplies you’ll need: 3 clear jars water food coloring masking tape markers thermometer {optional} How to conduct the experiment: Label the jars with the temperatures [...]

Soup Kitchen Pretend Play

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As a mom I want to teach my children that it is important to give to others. I try to get them involved in simple service acts and acts of kindness to teach them early there are a lot of ways to give. You can donate food or just make a card and give it [...]