How to start: homeschooling a toddler

You quick your job to stay at home and teach your little one but you need some help to get started. feeling overwhelmed? I get it, Pinterest can feel overwhelming when you are just starting and don’t know where to start when it comes to homeschooling your toddler. Don’t worry! I’m here to guide you …

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How to Color rice using Acrylic paint

Rice is a great sensory material for sensory bins and sensory play. With just a few materials and 20 minutes, you can go from plain rice to having colored rice using acrylic paint to playing! Playing with colored rice feels very different than playing with colored chickpeas or even beans, yet they absorb and reflect …

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25+ Exciting Summer Activities for Preschoolers to Keep Them Busy

From splashing in water play to embarking on nature scavenger hunts and creating some cool sensory bins, these ideas are perfect for keeping little ones entertained and engaged all summer! We’ve curated 50 simple yet exhilarating Summer Activities for Preschoolers and toddlers guaranteed to make this season unforgettable.  But here is a secret: I have …

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learning booklet for St. Patricks Day

Looking for a learning booklet for St. Patrick’s Day to practice those preschool readiness skills? Use this thematic printable binder. All you need is a color printer, some fruit loops, and some gold St. Patrick coins to make this printable a hands-on learning experience. This learning booklet for St. Patrick’s Day has all the skills …

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Nature playdough Recipe using Real Flowers

spring playdough

It’s time to welcome spring with a new nature playdough recipe! Here is the easiest spring playdough recipe you can make at home or at school to welcome this new season. For a printable copy of this spring playdough recipe, scroll to the bottom of the post. Supplies: What Flowers to use? For this nature …

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Before Teaching letters do this Valentine’s Day Pre-reading Activity

Learning letters requires a lot of pre-writing and pre-reading skills to be developed first. Use this Valentine’s Day matching game to work on an important pre-reading and pre-writing skill: Visual Discrimination. Visual discrimination is a crucial skill for toddlers to develop before they begin to write letters. Here’s why: Overall, visual discrimination provides toddlers with …

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Valentine’s Day Slime

Slime, a gooey and stretchy substance, is a popular sensory play material that can be customized to fit various themes, including Valentine’s Day. I love to make slime and Valentine’s Day makes it a perfect occasion. Use our signature recipe to make yours! This recipe is awesome because is less stretchy and slimy than store-bought …

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The Thing About Yetis StoryTime With Alexa

looking for a virtual storytime for toddlers or babies? join Alexa as she reads The Thing about Yetis. Learn counting, vocabulary, and language development. Story Time with Alexa The Thing About Yetis Video Join us as we read this book about yetis and the snow. This Story Time for babies and toddlers aims to work …

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Matching Games to add to the Learning Binders

MATCHING GAMES Great add-on to your Learning Binders Needing some support in teaching your child at home through play? Download our matching games and add them to your learning binders!  these are great to take to restaurants, on the plane or a no-mess at home option! 

Toddler Thematic Lesson Plans

Themes Toddler Lesson Plans Needing some support in teaching your (1-4 year old) child at home through play? Download our themed focused lesson plans to teach through fun playful activities.