Countdown to Christmas- Kids unwrap the package for that day that includes the materials for a holiday activity. Love this!!
Felt food tutorials
DIY collapsible pup tents using wood, a flat sheet, and PVC pipes. So much fun!
Best Play Dough recipe ever - uses Jell-O for the yummy color and smell plus a silky smooth texture
Keep them busy for hours! A block of ice with treasure frozen inside and a hammer. Great for those 100+ degree summers!
It's a Christmas Eve box (they get to open it on Christmas Eve)! They get new pjs (to wear that night), a Christmas movie, hot chocolate, snacks for the movie, etc!!! This would be an awesome new tradition!!
DIY: Plantable Felt Garden Box tutorial from A Beautiful Mess - incl. instructions for making carrots, beets, strawberry plants and planting box
Grandma Camp - great ideas on things the kids and grandparents can do together!
Questions about yourself to answer and save for your children and grandchildren. A Great way to share your life with your posterity.
Dress-up station out of old entertainment center.
Smashing Balls (baked cotton balls) Just flour, water, food coloring and cotton balls! Fun for the little man!
2T cornstarch 2T water 5 drops food colouring = Sidewalk Chalk Paint. Love this!....remember this next summer!
Bath paints: 1 cup baby bubble bath or body wash 4 tbsp cornstarch food coloring
I think this is one of the best toddler activity idea websites I've ever found. The ideas are simple, educational and allow for creative exploration of the child's own world. Highly recommend!!!!
Rainbow Rice & Garden Sensory Play! This Is Awesome!
Brilliant! Its a shower curtain (liner) taped to the kitchen floor. The road is drawn on with permanent marker and the kids can color to their hearts content then drive their cars on it.
Preschool - FREE felt food tutorial for kids dramatic play
felt food -sandwiches details http://www.flickr.com/photos/pink_lemo_nade/6560391113/in/set-72157623369593837 http://www.flickr.com/photos/pink_lemo_nade/6560391961/in/set-72157623369593837 http://www.flickr.com/photos/pink_lemo_nade/6560392639/in/set-72157623369593837
page with a ton of fun things to do with 1-4 year olds
Christmas lights in cardboard maze/ fort. My day just got booked solid.