Teaching colors to your LO is more simple than you think and truly fun. Don’t stress it. Keep it natural and not contrived. If you say “that is a red truck” also say “that truck is red” so your child begins to see that “red” is an attibute of the truck such as “small or… Continue reading Color Collision
Your LO will fall in love with these precious, easy to make puppets. Puppets are everywhere if you look for them. From Stick puppers made from cut out coloring page figures; finger holes cut into a small cup to folded construction paperwoodland creature. Puppets are all over the house. Try the Pizza Box puppet. We… Continue reading NOT SCARY PUPPETS
Easier than you think to create Carnival-type fun with throw-together items around the house. Balls are one of the first toys your LO’s will want to play with and throwing is, well, you know!! Let’s talk balls a bit. Soft play balls: Tiny beach balls (keep some “pinchability” to the ball for little fingers to… Continue reading 4 B’s Ball; Bean Bags; Balloons and Bowling
Bath and Tub time can be so much fun when you “switch it up”. Kids love water play. My son said, “Mom, bath time for my two LO’s is getting boring and turning into a fight, what can I do to make it more fun?” Sound familiar? Let’s see if some of these ideas will… Continue reading Best Swimming pool/Water table/Tub Time Ideas
Throw-together these fast and fun sensory challenging activites for infants. TOUCH-infants love to touch new textures. Their little brains are firing new pieces of information at a rapid pace. Try some of these texture rich items during tummy time and blanket time. Softies-rub a cotton ball gently on the palm of baby’s hands and feet.… Continue reading Sensory Play with your Littles
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