We are having such a wonderful time with our Australia unit! I find a good portion of my inspiration on Pinterest and my Instagram feed. I came across this activity from Danya Banya and decided to do it with my … Continue reading Australia Unit Study: Sydney Harbor Bridge Craft
Christmas is one of my favorite time of year – I think some of my best memories as a child are related to activities I did together with my mom. I wanted to continue this tradition with my daughters, and … Continue reading Reusable Advent Calendar – Dollar Tree Hack!
Once a month we are part of a Montessori Educational co-op – This month my friend used a wooden tree from Hobby Lobby and had the children do leaf pinning work with leaves glued to clothespins. I couldn’t find one … Continue reading Montessori Inspired Autumn Leaf Pinning Tree
We saved the seeds we removed from our pumpkin a few days ago, and allowed them to dry for a few days. I decided to dye them and use them for another activity. It’s ridiculously easy to dye pumpkin seeds … Continue reading Dyed Pumpkin Seed Letter Tracing
Autumn is one of my favorite seasons, with the weather becoming crisp and cozy and everything starts having a holiday theme. I was inspired to make this fun little pumpkin activity by an Instagram post (forget the author, sorry!). First … Continue reading Pumpkin Fall-Themed Mosaics
As a nurse educator, I love to find creative ways to teach my little one about her body. At three, she isn’t able to grasp many abstract concepts, so I try to find hands on learning activities to make it … Continue reading My Body Unit – The Concept of Joints
Since my day job is to teach nursing students, I love finding fun ways to teach about the human body. I find it even more challenging to teach these concepts to a three-year-old, but this activity was a hit! Our … Continue reading Plastic Bag Lungs – Hands on Activity!
My husband and I love to travel, but unfortunately we’ve been on a wee bit of a hiatus due to having two young children. In our 11 years of marriage, we’ve had the privilege to fly around the world and … Continue reading Famous Paintings Art Lacing Boards
This activity has been a HUGE hit with my preschooler – I have been saving random bottle caps from my Body Armor drinks (because breastfeeding, lol) and after months, I had enough to do this activity. I printed out the … Continue reading Alphabet Matching Activity – Upcycled Bottle Caps!
I love making things either for free or minimal expense. This is why I was so excited when I got this idea off Pinterest to make these cute little coasters out of Dollar-Tree flip flops. Now is a perfect time … Continue reading Flip Flop Coasters