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Practice Telling Time with Easter Eggs - 25 More DIY Educational Activities for Kids

Fill your ice cube trays with water, adding a drop of food coloring to each section. When frozen, these can be popped out and put in bath water. They’ll have fun “chasing” them around in the tub and trying to grab them before they melt.

If how to get your kids to clean is becoming the defining conversation in your home, take heart: These five ideas can help you find a solution that doesn’t involve giving in to their messy ways or chucking their toys in the trash.

  • Meghan Graham

    Sue this is soooooo cute!!! I am going to have to remember this one for a special occasion! Adorable! Thanks for sharing!

DIY toy garage out of cardboard boxes

Fill your ice cube trays with water, adding a drop of food coloring to each section. When frozen, these can be popped out and put in bath water. They’ll have fun “chasing” them around in the tub and trying to grab them before they melt.

The Potty Watch- plays a song every 30 minutes to remind the child to go to the bathroom. Child has more control over their toilet learning. Haha, awesome.

Scan children's art work and then print out in smaller size. Frame. Now make art gallery in hallways of your children's art:)

@Betsy Jurchenko Quiet time bins (with list of ideas for what to put in them) - rotating small bins of activities/toys wards off boredom. Include book, manipulative, creative play, etc for restful quiet play time (when not nappers).

@Betsy Jurchenko Awesome Summer Fun Ideas! Summer boredom busters and summer outdoor play ideas for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, school age kids, and teens

@Betsy Jurchenko another cute idea! Travel crayon holder from parmesan cheese container. Kids could even put them in their carseat cup holders.

@Betsy Jurchenko should try this! Must try these baby massages, apparently it puts children into such a good sleep.

50 rules for Dads with daughters... Warning: This will make you cry.... My favorite is 44. Write her a handwritten letter every year on her birthday. Give them to her when she goes off to college, becomes a mother herself, or when you think she needs them most.

@Betsy Jurchenko @Meghan Collins I wish my mom did this for me. File folders for K-12 to hold memorable school items and showcase that years school photo. This is what I need!!!