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Area math game: Roll the dice and draw the area array on your own grid - first to fill it wins. Or 2 players choose a different coloured pen each, use one grid and the player who cannot complete the last array is the loser. Like it!

50 old fashioned games for kids (indoor, outdoor, no electronics). A great reminder--forgot about some of these!

Princess Dress-up Aprons! Instead of actual dresses. Easy to put on. It takes longer for them to out grow them.

Christmas Eve Box - Include: New pajamas, a Christmas movie, popcorn, mugs, hot chocolate, marshmallows, and a Christmas book.

I had to pin this bc I've seen newborns with a ton of hair, but never blonde! It doesn't even look like newborn soft hair. This is full on grown up blonde hair! Cute!

Love this idea! Consequences That Actually Work! "Forced apologies don’t teach true remorse and reconciliation... Parents can set kids up for sincere reconciliation. ...Restitution consequences encourage personal responsibility and usually end with one child feeling cared for and the other feeling caring."

Free Printables.....toy room, daycare, or kindergarten classroom!

5 minutes of hand-holding for sibling conflict. If you disrespect your sibling? 5 minutes of hand-holding. If you raise your voice to your sibling? 5 minutes of hand-holding. If you make fun of your sibling? 5 minutes of hand-holding.

Jen took her son's drawings, blew them up in Photoshop, printed them in larger sizes, TRACED THEM ONTO FABRIC, and turned them into a duvet for his bed. GENIUS! (Read this on the Young House Love blog.) I don't know a single kid who wouldn't ADORE this.

Half chair, half dollhouse. Neighborhood Chair Collection by Paloma's Nest

Letterland resources

Draw a letter and stamp it--great matching game -- could do sight words too

Crossing the midline- (Activity for home at bath time) rubbing shaving cream on a wall with both hands, and then using the hands one on top of the other to draw a large circle or loop, will help your child to cross the midline with both hands.

Crossing Colors activity - this activity promotes crossing midline and functional grasp by drawing between vertical lines while standing. Materials: white board, dry erase markers. Draw 2 vertical lines and instruct client to draw a curved line from one to the other without changing position of the body.