Button Sorting Cups
Help your toddler and/or preschooler learn more about colors and even counting by making this fun and easy sorting cups.
What's On The Shelf? Shapes!
This week's shelf theme is all about shapes! Izzie is 48 months old. Her shelf activities... Melissa and Doug shape sorter . For now, I'...
Toddler Activity: Three Ghost Friends Halloween Sort
Three Ghost Friends Halloween Sort Three Ghost Friends Halloween Sort can be used as a toddler busy bag, shoe box task activity, work b...
we can do all things
This is a simple sorting activity that can be done at many different levels. If you child has been working on sorting for a while I recommend using at least three bottles, if they are a beginner start with two. If you are not sorting yet but what to work on colors or fine motor just use one bottle and one color. I'm sorry I should have removed the green balls from the bowl for this sort. It should just show red and yellow balls. Also this should have just had red balls. While doing this…
Color Sorting Activity from Thrive 360 Living
This color sorting activity is easy to put together and kids will love it. View this kids activity at Thrive 360 Living!
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Lots of learning from a tub!
What can you teach your child with just one tub of counters? This one was inspired by Fergal and his gorgeous twins. Have fun! Get yourself to your local Teacher Supply Shop and see what they have. I bought my tub year ago and have certainly got value from it. Alternatively, use lego, unifix cubes,…
Mommy and Me Book Club
“You may have tangible wealth untold; Caskets of jewels and coffers of gold. Richer than I you can never be— I had a mother who read to me.” (Strickland W. Gillilan, The Reading Mother.)