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Winter is drawing to a close for us, but this winter sensory bin with Arctic animals will never go out of season! My kids have played with this bin daily for a solid month! Not only does it give them a chance to explore a land quite foreign to us — we barely get any […]Continue reading
Tuesday Tots is a weekly link-up sharing posts for kids 5 and under co-hosted by In Lieu of Preschool (me), Rainy Day Mum, Growing a Jeweled Rose, and Learn with Play at Home. Be sure to follow our Tuesday Tots Pinterest board! There were tons of great posts shared on Tuesday Tots last week! Some of my favorites involved SNOW & ICE activities for […]Continue reading
There were lots of great snow activities shared on Tuesday Tots last week! There were activities using real snow, sensory snow, and lots of snowflake and snowmen crafts and snacks shared. Here are some of my favorites!!! Tuesday Tots is a weekly link-up sharing posts for kids 5 and under co-hosted by In Lieu of Preschool (me), Rainy Day Mum, Growing a […]Continue reading
Luke and Lilah (ages 4 and 3) have loved penguins ever since we read aloud the chapter book, Mr. Popper’s Penguins, and their penguin love was recently re-energized when we made the Penguin Bowling set from the December Kiwi Crate. With colder days upon us and winter right around the corner, they are also fascinated […]Continue reading
Each shower and bath play activity we do seems to get the kids more and more excited! This Town & Country themed messy sensory shower play was the best yet! The “town” featured an office building, a tall skyscraper, a gas station, a grocery store, and a car wash. The suburbs featured several single family […]Continue reading
If you missed “Snow, Snow, Snow: Art and Sensory Fun Part #1“, start here!Here’s how Day #2 of our project went:First we admired how puffy the homemade snow paint dried. Pretty cool! We’ll definitely be making this paint again! 🙂 I taped L&L’s 3 painted circles together into snowman shapes. Next I laid […]Continue reading
If your child has at least moderate scissor skills, practice making snowflakes! Here’s what we did: Color a piece of paper first. Thinner is better b/c it’s easier to cut when folded. Fold one corner down to the opposite edge and crease the paper; cut off the extra so that your initial piece of paper […]Continue reading