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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
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
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