Welcome to my Spring Activities round up! These are activities for kids for Spring, Easter and Passover! Check out my list below! Kid Friendly Recipes: Peeps Houses from Yesterfood Chocolate Covered Matzo from Gluten Free Boston GirlPeeps Nest from Mommy A – Z Kid & Toddler Activities: Easter Bunny Eggs Craft from Quick Kid’s Crafts Easy… Read More
I am continuing on with our Easter Activities today with two “DIT” activities! These activities are do-it-together because they involve glue and scissors, two things I obviously don’t need my 20 month old playing with! First up is our super easy Easter garland. This activity is good for all ages and can be modified pretty easy to suit your… Read More
This week I came up with two very easy Easter themed activities to do with Carter. Both are retakes on previous activities we have done, just changed to an Easter theme! This was great because he already knew what to do and what to expect. First up was a retake on our snow window activity! I cut out the sticky… Read More
I’ve read that colors can be a challenge to teach, because they are such an abstract concept. It can be hard for a toddler to understand that “red truck” means the truck is red, but doesn’t mean that ONLY trucks can be red. Red is a color that can be applied to many things. Color, like other adjectives, therefore can… Read More
Last weekend we took Carter to the Please Touch Museum in Philly! The museum is specifically for children and has a ton of different things to do that they can play with and “touch.” Carter loved the museum and I know as he gets older he will find even more things to do and enjoy there! As soon as we… Read More
This indoor sandbox was really fun, easy to make and safe for babies who like to put things in their mouth! It is made of edible materials- whole wheat flour and vegetable oil! I have to warn you though, it will make your play area smell a little like you’ve been making fried food! All you need is 4 cups… Read More
Carter loooooves the water! He is a water baby, that’s for sure! He always wants to wash his hands and play in the sink, and he will stay in bathtime as long as possible, long after the water has started turning cold! So as you can imagine, water activities are a big hit in our house! Here are three we’ve… Read More
What’s an easy and cheap way to entertain a toddler for 10 -15 minutes? Giant cardboard box + crayons! Mom, what am I supposed to do? Yay!!! Coloring is fun!! Trying out different methods Coloring mommy’s shoe- a.k.a.- “thinking outside the box!” What creative ways have you entertained your kids using items you had around?