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Meg Hanayik
Meg Hanayik
Meg Hanayik

Meg Hanayik

Sorry, I love teaching blogs and ideas relating to workshop style teaching. I happen to also enjoy DIY, cheap things, and FOOD!

tons of cool ideas for sensory/exploration bottles...including ones that would occupy older kids!

Decorate-A-Block at a baby shower - fun!

Play Create Explore: Baby Oil Sensory Bags.

Baby Place Space for 6-18 Months: Inspired by Montessori and Reggio - The Imagination Tree

25+ shaving cream activities for kids: art, sensory play, learning activities, and more!

The Shipp Family 2013: Curious George Birthday Party

The Howard Family Blog: Kennedie's Curious George Party

Favor ideas. A barrel full of monkey's

yellow hat with George on top was a cute centerpieces (definitely gonna use this to hold his pic)

Chic Cheap Nursery Curious George -- beautiful party theme and setup #birthdayparty

carnival birthday decoration ideas - Google Search

frozen chocolate covered bananas for curious george party

Dyed Rice For each color/freezer bag of rice, you will need: 1 cup of rice (I buy a huge 5lb or 10lb bag at Walmart very cheap just for this purpose) 1 teaspoon rubbing alcohol 1/2 teaspoon kool-aid (weirdly packets can vary from color, to how much is in each envelope but generally each envelope contains 1 teaspoon)

Developmental Montessori Inspired Activities for one year old baby

20 Best apps to use with 1 year olds. Could be helpful distraction in therapy

Activities for 12-18 Month Old Kids on hands on : as we grow

Daily Activities To Do With Your One Year Old. Love the sticker chart idea for later.

21 activities for one year olds - Wildflower Ramblings These are some really good ideas to keep your little person busy but I will add that this sweet baby is a girl. These activities will last about two seconds with a boy. ;) I speak from experience.

Safe Sensory Play - even baby can PLAY! These flakes are very inexpensive, have a super fun texture, and are edible, making them safe for even the tiniest tots. For under one dollar you can fill a bin with these flakes and kids can play again and again. Add water for even more FUN!