Hooray For Play Dough! Even though I'm not a huge fan of using food stuff as play materials, I do love me some homemade play dough. This recipe is my hands-down favorite because the dough is velvety smooth, lasts so long, and is so simple that even my two-year-old can practically make this one all... Continue Reading →
Apple Tree Game: A Felt Board Activity That Builds Preschool Math Skills
Though the apple trees in my yard are covered in snow right now, it doesn't stop me from thinking ahead to fall and apple-picking season. The Apple Tree Game is a felt board activity that builds preschool math skills like counting and simple addition and subtraction. It also works for kindergarten math too! It's fun... Continue Reading →
New Story Video For Subscribers!
Imagine being on the moon with this dreamy story: The Boy and the Blue Moon! If you are feeling inspired after hearing this story, you can make some beautiful blue moon artwork or even a blue moon book! This video will show you how to make a mini book with one piece of paper. If... Continue Reading →
December Theme Preview: Learning Activities For Ages Three and Up
Please click the image for the video preview What's up next for subscribers this December? Outer Space! Let's reach for the stars and head to the outer realms with space books, songs, games, and activities for ages three and up. The booklist will have both fiction and nonfiction so you can imagine and research. December... Continue Reading →
New Song For Subscribers: A Silly Vowel Song!
Let's sing a silly song about Apples and Bananas! (Click the images for video links) If you want to visit the Bakery Shop after singing about apples and bananas, head here: Or listen to a silly story about doughnuts here: Or just relax and imagine your favorite foods with this guided imagery: Want fun learning... Continue Reading →