It was one of those eventful moments of parenthood, a milestone in your child's life and one that you were an integral part in helping them to achieve - the tying of shoelaces. I do admit that I was not a parent that pushed this skill at a young age, mainly due to the fact that my three children were "at a young age" all at one time (only 3 years between my first child and my last child - plus add my Sunshine in the middle). Those early years are a giant haze (a happy haze, but nonetheless a…
five activities for crossing the midline (and why it’s important) - teach mama
five activities for crossing the midline (and why it’s important)
Valentine Activities for Kids
Simple Valentine Activities for Kids - gifts, decorations, treats, crafts, and Valentine activities that will delight and entertain kids of all ages.
All-Time Favorite New Uses for Old Things
New uses for old things give used-up items—think antiques, empty containers, office supplies, and more—a new purpose. These repurposed items get a second life, and clever upcyclers have new cool gadgets, gizmos, and decorations, plus new ways to solve daily problems. Old things can be found in home offices, kitchens, craft rooms, and more. Upcycling ideas for these things just take a little creativity, a little patience, and a fresh perspective.RELATED: Fresh Ways to Reuse Things in Your…
How To Adult
How to Make a Fidget Kit or Sensory Kit. Fidget kits are used to help children, teenagers, or adults focus and maintain attention during challenging activities such as learning in a classroom setting or seminar. Fidget kits should contain sensory items that help maintain attention and focus but do not distract the person from learning or distract others in their environment. Fidget kits are often used as part of a sensory diet.
Rotational Deformities in Children | eOrthopod.com
Rotational deformities of the legs and feet in children are often a cause of concern. Most people think of the deformities as either toeing in or out.
Free St. Patrick’s Day Pack
The Free St. Patrick's Day Pack is out! Enjoy! These St. Patrick’s Day printables are to be used with children from 2 to 8. These printables were made to go with the book: There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed
Easter Preschool Activities
We were on Spring Break this past week and are excited to get back into our normal routine. We will be focusing on Easter this week. Here's a look at our activities for the week. New Creation in Christ Butterflies Create butterflies using paper plates & plastic spoons. Alphabet Egg Match Place each egg into the correct space to match the uppercase & lowercase letters. Easter Graphing Roll the die and color in the correct space on the graph. Stop when you reach 6 for any one picture and…
Page Not Found - The Outlaw Mom® Blog - Creative Living in a Conventional World
We’ve been indoors so much lately and the cabin fever is starting to set in. While it seems like Jane would love to color until the end of time, we seem to reach that point more quickly if that’s all we’re doing. So we grabbed our crayons and turned them into bowling pins! Materials Avocado …
Valentine’s Day party in preschool
We made the heart handprints, and they turned out wonderfully. We started making them on Monday, but even the ones we did Tuesday dried quickly enough to be able to write down the children’s…
Hippity Hop, Here Comes a Little Q-tip Bunny | Make and Takes
This little Q-tip bunny has hopped it’s way to our house for a fun little adventure. He’s watching over the kids to make sure he’ll be able to come again to our house for Easter and hide a few eggs and treats. To make you’re own little hippity hoppin’ bunny, get out your stash of … Continued