I love a brand-new block of construction paper, and so does my oldest! The potential is endless. My inspiration for this activity actually comes from the paper itself, as there was a photo of this exact craft as an idea. … Continue reading Woven Crocodile Paper Craft
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’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
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
I have to work this 4th of July, so I wanted to make a fun activity for my kiddos in preparation for this fun holiday. I’ll be honest, the last couple of years this holiday has been mostly a loud … Continue reading 4th of July Surprise Toilet Paper Roll Poppers
As spring approaches, my toddler wants to be outside more and more. This year she has noticed the birds, asking me what kind they are. This little project uses an old milk carton and can be made in a matter of … Continue reading Milk Carton Bird Feeder
I love activities that can be created with recycled items or with minimal expense. I find myself at Home Depot often for projects I do around the house, and with a little Pinterest inspiration, this easy activity only needs a … Continue reading Paint Swatch Matching Activity
My toddler is obsessed with Surprise Eggs, so I created these Easter Egg Surprises for her our of paper mache. First cut old newspapers into strips about 1″ wide and 6″ long. You’ll need about a sheet or two for … Continue reading Paper Mache Surprise Easter Eggs