Find & take pics of numbers on the day the baby was born ~ use with a newborn photo for a fun - creative birth announcement or frame for home.
Bottle caps, glue on foam stickers. Instant stamps. Cheap too!
playdough - one of the best recipes I've seen
funbites cube it...love this for a toddler lunch!
Resurrection Eggs is a simple, inexpensive activity for teaching children of all ages about the Resurrection. 12 plastic eggs each contain a symbol of the events leading up to the Resurrection of Christ, as well as a short description and a scripture reference. Happy Easter!
For all my friends with little ones- Madeline loves hers! Also makes car rides so much easier with just the two of us!
Buy a plain wooden letter and hot glue some buttons on for unique wall decor
10 Best Apps for a New Mom - This will be nice to have one day!
Paint the inside of a lunchbox with chalkboard paint so you can write messages to your kid. How sweet!
cardboard box + solo cups = lego costume (AWESOME!)
21 creative consequences for disobedient children...FANTASTIC ideas. When you have a strong-willed child these are the tips you crave!
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Birthday party games for toddlers, 2, 3 and 4 year olds
Get your baby to sleep 8 hours through the night at 8 weeks and 12 hours at 12 weeks. Basically BabyWise but she breaks it down so you don't have to read the book. This stuff works! Getting your baby to sleep is totally a science.
Salt Dough Santa Handprint Ornaments: 1/2 cup salt, 1/2 cup flour, 1/4 water (give or take), knead until dough forms. Make impression and cut out hand shape with a knife leaving a border. Poke a hole in the top for hanging. Bake at 200F for 3 hours. Paint, seal and ready to hang :)
Another "calming jar" idea: your kids shake the bottle and then have to watch it till the glitter settles to the bottom. This one has the advantage of being in non-breakable plastic bottles. Also, you can superglue the lids on, so the kids don't open the bottles and drink the glitter glue while they're "calming down." craft, plastic bottles, school, children, sensory bottles, toddler, glitter jars, kid, water bottles
So simple for hours of fun and so much better than sand!
Now they tell me....... Glue bath toy openings to prevent mold from getting inside and you from having to clean them.
The Pumpkin Project from Growing in Pre K. Open a pumpkin, add soil & water & watch the seeds already inside the pumpkin grow. Also links to other activities to teach about & observe the pumpkin life cycle. Recommends reading the book "Pumpkin Jack" several times during this process. water, remember this, grow a seed in a pumpkin, pumpkins, seeds, fall porches, garden, halloween, kid
Science - Open up the pumpkin, add a little soil and water, and watch the seeds (which are already inside the pumpkin) grow.