I’m always looking for activities that I can whip up quickly for my busy toddler. Especially those that require minimal supervision that she can work on while I put her little sister down for a nap (two kids with different … Continue reading Object Outline Puzzle – Easy Toddler Activity!
I have two young children – the older one is *mostly* pottytrained, but still wears pullups for naps and bedtime. In the past three years I have gone through a LOT of wipes… I liked the hard plastic dispensers and … Continue reading How to Make Sensory Windows: Diaper Wipe Upcycle
I can’t remember buying chalk for a long time, but somehow I have a whole box of it. Another mama suggested turning old sticks into powder and adding water to make your own chalk paint, so that is what I … Continue reading Make Your Own Chalk Paint – Upcycle Old Chalk Sticks!
Kids love to make messes. Slime is messy. Kids love slime. I’ve made slime a couple times with my toddler now, and I’ve learned a few things. Buy glue with glitter already in it, if you mix it in later … Continue reading Slime – Easy Recipe
It’s been so hot the past couple of days, like 90’s and 100’s – it’s hard to be inspired to leave the house. I saw a Pinterest activity for dogs where you freeze toys in water for the dog to … Continue reading Frozen Bug Smash
One my toddler’s very favorite books is “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” by Eric Carle – one day she “made” me read it about 20 times – it’s safe to say we’re familiar with it! I was looking at egg carton … Continue reading The Very Hungry Caterpillar – Egg Carton Craft
My toddler has recently started to “read” to me with her books, and over the years we have collected either as hand-me-downs, purchases, gifts, etc a lot of different books. My girl particularly likes the “FE FI FO FUM” part … Continue reading Growing Magic Beans – Jack & The Beanstalk Activity
I love Dollar Tree – mostly I like walking through Dollar Tree seeing what they are selling for only a dollar. A few weeks ago I was there with my toddler and found these foam blocks and velcro dots. I … Continue reading Velcro Dot Cubes – Fine Motor Creative Activity
This month we’ve been doing bug-themed crafts in anticipation of a co-op put on by my friend Mama’s Happy Hive. I saw a foil ant on Pinterest and my imagination took off – what other bugs could I make? There really … Continue reading Make Bugs out of Foil
My kiddos both love bath time. For Christmas, my toddler got some Crayola Bath Dropz, which she went through in just a matter of days. At $4 for a container of them, I didn’t want to keep funding this habit … Continue reading DIY Bath Color Drops