Puzzle storage!! Best way to store kids puzzles! Buy some Legal size poly expandable envelopes. Remove the string and replace with Velcro circles. Place in a bin or on a shelf. My rule is one out at a time. The envelopes are easy enough for my two year old to open and clean up himself.
20+ Nature Crafts for Kids to Make » Homemade Heather
These nature crafts for kids are perfect for summer fun. This is a great collection of craft ideas that can be used all season long.
Teabag Sensory Fun
Rhyme Time again and a chance to share a Nursery Rhyme related activity with you. Today's rhyme is I'm A Little Teapot where we had teabag sensory fun.
Diy Paint Brush - Natural Paint Brushes Even Kids Can Make!
Use these materials to make an easy diy paint brush - or a bunch of them! An easy way to use natural materials to make art supplies. A must-see!
How to make bottle cap sail crafts
We made very simple little sail boats using bottle caps (ours are from milk bottles but I’m sure any would do), pipe cleaners, foam sheets, glue and tape
we can do all things
Adeline learns so much more when she is active and interacting with the learning materials. Today we are playing with shapes in muck. I made a corn starch mixture using water and corn starch. I pour the starch in and slowly add a little water at a time mixing with my hands. I don't want it to be thin but not to thick ether. It is important to pour slowly and mix. I then added the shapes. This sensory learning activity could be done with many different items, such as numbers, colors, and…
RAINBOW MARBLE PAINTING
Have fun creating dynamic art with colorful marble painting. Kids will love experimenting with painting and color mixing in a new and physical way.
Tuff Trays and Sensory Play
Hook a Duck, Catch a Boat.. Catching and sorting ducks and boats. We have 18 mini rubber ducks and made 18 little boats with pool noodles, craft foam and straws. Roman enjoyed catching them with his fishing net and sorting them into labeled buckets. We also added a few fish and a rod. Although he found the rod more difficult he had a lot of fun trying!