'Chanel Sogorgeous

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I have found that if I don't have something for my toddler to do, he will find something that he is NOT suppose to do! Read these 9 activities that I do every day with my toddler.

I have found that if I don't have something for my toddler to do, he will find something that he is NOT suppose to do! Read these 9 activities that I do every day with my toddler.

Beach Dough-- smells like the ocean! you can use any hair conditioner

Beach Dough-- smells like the ocean! you can use any hair conditioner. Mix 1 part conditioner to 2 parts corn starch and it works like a charm!

Letter of the Week Alphabet Crafts: W is for Watermelon Craft | Summer Art Project by funhandprintartblog.com for Crystal & Co.

Only 3 more hand print art alphabet craft posts to go after today. Today we are sharing W is for Watermelon. (link included for rest of alphabet)

How to Make Handprint {and Footprint} Canvas Art! ~ at TheFrugalGirls.com ~ SO many fun ideas for handprints and footprints. This craft would make such fun homemade gifts from the kids, too! #thefrugalgirls

How to Make Handprint {and Footprint} Canvas Art. SO many fun ideas for handprints and footprints. This craft would make such fun homemade gifts from the kids, too!

Make this easy 3 ingredient Kinetic Sand recipe and use in play and learning at home activities, including math with preschool and grade school kids.

Make this easy 3 ingredient Kinetic Sand recipe and use in play and learning at home activities, including math with preschool and grade school kids. 2 cups sand About bottle of shaving cream One box baking soda

great growing plants projects!

Crates designed around fun themes and filled with all of the materials and inspiration for hands-on projects.

Toddler Science: Celery Experiment, Learn about Plants and How They Absorb Water in This Science Project for Kids

Toddler Science: Celery Experiment, Learn about Plants and How They Absorb Water in This Science Project for Kids. Preschoolers can see how the different colored water will affect the celery.