Activities

Lunchbox Treat: Rice Cereal Critters

by Heather
You know those collections of Pinterest fail pictures you see everywhere? Our version of Martha Stewart’s craft probably belongs there except for t...

Monster Muck Sensory Play

by Heather
Whenever I see a sensory play idea somewhere, there’s a pic of a kiddo playing neatly inside the house, keeping all materials inside a bucket. That...

Sandwich White Bread

by Heather
The first things the kids helped me make were bread and cookies. The dough is perfect for sensory play and they loved it, even as babies. We go thr...

Polymer Clay Flower Cards

by Heather
This is a great sensory play activity, even better than playdough because the clay is stiff at first and requires kneading to soften up. You can sh...

Bubble Wrap Stomp Painting

by Heather
There have been spells of cold and rainy weather here lately, so we seize every opportunity to get outside! This time we made some art! This activi...

Lunchbox Treat: Cheese Monsters!

by Heather
Here’s a 2-minute way to add fun to lunchtime and encourage your kiddo to get a little protein and calcium. My daughter said they were yummy and th...

Morning Glory Oats

by Heather
This recipe takes flavors you might find in a morning glory muffin at your favorite coffee shop and folds them into a delicious and nutritious whol...

Lunchbox Treat: The Cereal Bar

by Heather
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Initial Art Craft

by Fernando
Initial Art With the long school break in the winter, you can go crazy coming up with things for your kids to do. Here’s a great fine motor activit...

Salt Dough Necklaces & Ornaments

by Heather
Salt dough is inexpensive and fun and you can easily make it at home with ingredients from your pantry! It can be air-dried or dried in the oven, s...