Salt Dough Handprints - The Imagination Tree
I thought it was about time we did some salt-dough model making so I dug out the easy-peasy ingredients. I drew a little visual recipe list so that it would be easier for C to understand what we were doing (she loved it!) And we got busy measuring and stirring and mixing and mixing and...Read More »
DIY Home Sweet Home
50 life hacks, including cleaning hacks, organizing hacks, food hacks, phone hacks, storage hacks, decorating hacks, and much more.
Toddlers Love Hammering Tees into a Box!
So simple - hammering tees into a box! But such a fun way for toddlers to stay busy ;)
Baby's First Christmas Craft: footprint art » The Life of Lori
Christmas footprint crafts: perfect Christmas art for lifelong mementos. Mice, reindeer, mistletoe & Christmas tree footprint keepsakes for baby's first Chr
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers
Children will love these fun learning activities based on the popular storybook The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle.
Post-It Pull | Teach Investigate Play
Mr 15 months is in full on curious mode. At the moment, toys don’t really engage him that well but everyday items sure do! I’m constantly having to be quick on my feet to engage him, otherwise he’d forever be Read more…
Baby Play at 11 Months - Little Lifelong Learners
I have had so much fun writing my baby play series for you all. This month I’m sharing some of our favourite simple play ideas for Audrey’s 11 month! Please do remember that you don’t need to be constantly entertaining your little ones. They are so capable of creating their own play but don’t expect ... Read More about Baby Play at 11 Months
Simple and Easy Daily Toddler Schedule incl. Must-Do Daily Activities and Toddler Meal Ideas
Make your life easier this winter with this simple daily toddler schedule! It gives the day some structure, so you can plan your day better.
Activities for 1 Year Olds
These activities for 1 year olds include sensory play, arts and crafts, fine motor and gross motor practice and more. Hands-on learning for toddlers.
Activity Ideas for 12-18 Month-Olds — Oh Hey Let's Play
This post shares a variety of different developmentally appropriate activities to do at home with 12-18 month old toddlers. Many of the activities require minimal prep and use common household materials. Activities in this post build fine motor skills, vocabulary, and hand-eye coordination.
Handprint Dish Towels, a Christmas tradition- Guest Post By Ally
Thanks first of all to Amanda for asking me to be a guest on her blog today. I have to admit this is my first time doing a guest post so I hope you all