Last week I shared with you a super baby friendly way to decorate Easter Eggs, today I’ll be bringing you a fine motor skill builder that is super easy to do and the results will last you years to come! Without further ado I present the toddler friendly egg collage! This activity requires a few … More DIY Paper Egg Collage
I’ve posted recently about how Baby Shark now consumes our life, and found myself listening to the song on repeat one day for what seemed like hours, so why not come up with a cardio work out to match the song? So without further ado I give you the baby shark cardio circuit. Crafted with … More Baby Shark Cardio Circuit
We’re still on board the love of trains train and recently I came up with a quick little craft requiring minimal materials and little mess! This craft can be improvised with whatever paper you have on hand, get recycling and use old newspaper or sales flyers for some extra cool train cars! Whatever you do … More Create a Train Craft
Recently little man has been super into trains, he loves to play with any wheeled vehicle but trains seem to be a hit this week. We took our love of trains and turned it into a quick and easy craft that was a little bit sensory play, a little fine motor, and a lot of … More Train Track Art
Everyone loves a simple holiday craft, last week we created the simplest of Christmas tree crafts and figured I’d share it with the internet. This craft ends up creating a Christmas tree out of colored paper, bingo daubers, and some handy scissor work by the closest adult. The premise was simple, have the tiny human … More Christmas Tree Toddler Craft
It’s the day before Thanksgiving and you have six million things to do with six million little hands pulling at you in every direction, well not that many but I’m sure you can relate. Have no fear I’ve rounded up five sensory play ideas sure to be a hit with the littles using a staple … More Cranberry Bog Sensory Play
Our first storm of the season has hit us which means soon enough full blown winter will be upon us and with it will bring a snow day or two. Here’s my lazy moms guide to surviving a day trapped between the elements and a toddler. Start off slow, your probably not leaving the house … More Snow Days: A Lazy Moms Survival Guide
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and with that comes a whole slew of fun activities! Today’s focus will be feather painting, a multimedia painting experience that left me with two very happy toddlers. The premise of the activity is simple, using feathers for paint brushes the littles went to town decorating their pieces of … More Feather Painting!
Little man is now seventeen months old, just shy of the year and a half mark he is great at playing independently! I’m so thankful for the fact that he can entertain himself because it gives so much opportunity to get stuff done! Here are ten super easy independent play ideas to hopefully entertain your … More Independent Play Ideas!
Happy Halloweek! Halloween is Wednesday and this whole week will be dedicated to celebrating the spookiest day of the year! Have a toddler who is loving every second of the candy fueled craze that is Halloween? Check out these spooktacular activities to keep the Halloween Spirit alive! Spooky Story Time! Whether it be Room on the … More 15 Spooktacular Toddler Halloween Activities