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14 free Kindergarten Readiness For more about Common Core Check out Wranglingthecommo...! Activities Printables - tackles #writing #counting #readingfoundationalskills and more

14 Kindergarten Readiness Activities and Printables - Tip Junkie

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ThanksPractice spelling names with name puzzles for kids who mix up the letters awesome pin

Create a name puzzle for your preschooler

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Is your child scared of the dentist? Check out how help them overcome your fear, here.

Road Trip! 12 Tips When Traveling with Baby. Read later.

Paint Old Dresser to Look Like a Tool Box! (No DIY- just a pic). Great idea for kids room or man cave. {jparisdesigns.com}

Before & After - J. Paris Designs

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It Keeps Getting Better: Remove A Splinter... Without Tweezers!

Remove A Splinter... Without Tweezers!

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Salt Sock: The BEST Natural Relief for Ear Infections - They are super easy to make, super cheap and you will be amazed at how well they work!

Minnie Mouse Hair Tutorial for kids! Okay so Lucy won't have enough hair for this for um...years probably but hey- that will not stop me from pinning!

SipSnap is a spill-proof cup lid that's an airtight seal over any cup without handles. You can use the glasses you already have to help your tot transition from a bottle to a cup!

Fill a glove with beans, pearled barley, rice, etc...give a few pats and slip quietly away. Rated 5. This was a LIFESAVER when my daughter was an infant. She went through a phase where she needed my hand on her back to go to sleep. I also needed to do...oh, everything! This was the solution I came up with on my own and it worked like a charm. I would nuke mine in the microwave to make it warm and helped soothe her too. I HIGHLY RECCOMEND this for anyone with an infant in the same situation.

How to make kool-aid dyed pasta for crafting, scented pasta necklaces, sensory play, counting, sorting, early math concepts, and MORE... Easy to make and so many uses!

Crayon hot rocks: If you have not done this yet, you need to. Simply warm up the rocks in the oven (I did 220 for 10 minutes), then put them on a stack of newspapers (or something else you don't care if it gets crayon in it) and let the little ones go to town. Just remind them it is hot. I have done it with 2 1/2 year olds with no problem. My little lady often brings in rocks for me to "cook" so she can paint them

Awesome A craft activity for each letter of the alphabet! Great visual for students when learning their letter

These new alphabet craft kits are a great way to help students learn their letters! #backtoschool

15 Chore Ideas for 4-Year-Olds -- Love these practical ideas for teaching your children to enjoy doing chores. Plus, some chore ideas you may not have thought of assigning to a young child. Great list!

Keeping Legos Clean. Do this with many toys, especially after play dates with sick kids! WOW!! FANTASTIC idea even if I already pinned this

Use double-sided tape to stick rubber onto block of wood/styrofoam. it's easier to reuse everything then :)

Sidewalk paint: 1 part cornstarch (1 c.), 1 part water (1 c.), food coloring, sponge brushes, mix cornstarch and water, add food coloring and mix!

AWESOME and SIMPLE discipline system for young kids! Like the visual...allows them to SEE and not just hear the verbal warnings.

Traveling with kids - organization - i like this idea for the older. Hmm...can't remember if the truck has those hooks on the window