Quiet Boxes - for the child who no longer naps and for the mother who needs her sanity back.

Quiet Time Boxes

Has your little one stopped taking naps? If so, quiet time boxes are solution for keeping your child busy and quiet during rest time. This is even great for older kids. Take a break from electronics and have quite activities!

this would be great for the classroom

Do you have a little one learning to tell time? I love this flower clock craft to help with teaching time to kids! Natalie and Mary at The Thrifty Turtle will show you how to make this Flower Peta.

The Ikea Spice Rack! | Boys Germs! The more I see this idea the more I am sure I am going to do it this weekend!! Such a great idea!!!

8 Clever Ways to Organize Your Toddler's Toys

Very cool for book shelves for kids Reading-Corner-Ideas.jpg (made from Ikea spice racks)

Doing this for Taylor she just started counting money in school

Coin Popsicle Stick Puppets

How easy are these for studying pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters? From Classroom Freebies: Coin Popsicle Stick Puppets

Have some fun outdoors this summer by making this super easy and cheap obstacle course using pool noodles from the dollar store and bbq skewers. Great for children who are learning to crawl or for older kids to practice ball skills.

ball = pelota Have some fun outdoors this summer by making this super easy and cheap obstacle course using pool noodles from the dollar store and bbq skewers. Great for children who are learning to crawl or for older kids to practice ball skills.

Tooth Brush Supplies in Mason Jars. Great for kids since some are at different stages and use different types of brushes/toothpaste/floss. Good to keep things organized and also a place to stash those "baby finger brushes" :)

toothbrush organizers

DIY Toiletry Jars : use vinyl letters to put kids' names on jars for their supplies. great idea in a bathroom with limited drawer/cupboard space! Great idea for the kids' bathroom

Great idea for big families to spend special time with parents. Date Night with a Parent: Kids and parents decide on activities in 12 categories (1: indoor, 2: adventurous, 3: free, 4: outdoor, 5: educational, 6: theme, 7: games, 8: playful, 9: cheap, 10: parent's choice, 11: sporty, 12: kids choice.) for regularly scheduled dates each month.

Parent-kid date night box. A box full of different types of one-on-one parent & child activities all separated by category. Just roll the dice & it will tell you which numbered section to pick an idea from. I absolutely LOVE this idea!

14 Pink Kids' Room Ideas - Petit & Small

14 Pink Kids' Room Ideas

Rewarding kids with things they get to do instead of things they get to have. When they do something good, they pick from the jar and get things like to stay up a little later or play outside a little longer etc. Cute idea!

This is used for rewards in class. I like the idea of colored ping pong balls with rewards on them. You could spray paint the white ping pong balls.

Homemade finger paints  3 tbls sugar  1/2 tsp salt  1/2 cup corn starch  2 cups water  combine in saucepan, warm until thickened, cool, pour into container & add food coloring

How to... make Homemade Finger Paint

Homemade finger paints 3 tbls sugar tsp salt cup corn starch 2 cups water combine in saucepan, warm until thickened, cool, pour into container & add food coloring


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