Learning with Easter Eggs

There are so many ways to use plastic easter eggs for learning! Do you have any laying around your house? If so, try some of these ideas out with your children! Easter Egg Hunt You can make your easter egg hunt as easy or difficult as you please. You can do an easter egg huntContinue reading “Learning with Easter Eggs”

Daily Learning Schedule Ideas for All Ages

Many parents and caregivers may now be home with their children due to COVID-19. If you are like me, you like a schedule! I have provided some example daily schedules for various aged children. Remember, these are just examples and frameworks. Your day may not always go as planned and you will need to beContinue reading “Daily Learning Schedule Ideas for All Ages”

Five Senses Fun

A lot of people are now homeschooling their children and they may not be sure where to start. They may be overwhelmed with schoolwork sent home to complete, creating a schedule, etc. I will try to post more frequently during this time to provide more FREE and fun activities for parents and caregivers. I cameContinue reading “Five Senses Fun”

How to Make Oobleck

Stuck inside? Try this fun science activity! WARNING: Making Oobleck is messy but fun! Oobleck is a non-Newtonian fluid. What does that mean? It becomes solid under pressure and flows like a liquid without pressure! This makes it very fascinating to play with! How to Make Oobleck: Materials: Measuring Cup Bowl Spoon Ingredients: 2 cupsContinue reading “How to Make Oobleck”

St. Patrick’s Day Activities

This post contains Amazon affiliate links. This post was supposed to be published last week, but with everything going on in the world right now, life got a little crazy! Here are a few last minute St. Patrick’s Day Activities. Elementary Activities Lucky Charms St. Patrick’s Day Math Have some fun doing math with LuckyContinue reading “St. Patrick’s Day Activities”

Valentine’s Day Activities for Toddlers

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links to Amazon. Please supervise children during all activities. Welcome back to my blog! Here are a few cheap and/or free activities and crafts for toddlers for Valentine’s Day! Bee My Valentine Who doesn’t love kid handprint and footprint art?!? Check out this adorable “Bee My Valentine” craft from TheContinue reading “Valentine’s Day Activities for Toddlers”

Valentine’s Day Themed Activities for Elementary

Today’s post will consist of Valentine’s Day activities targeted towards lower elementary kiddos. All of these activities can be modified for upper elementary. Best of all, all of these activities are cheap and/or free! BINGO Okay, so BINGO can be used all year long, but adding these adorable plastic hearts makes it perfect for Valentine’sContinue reading “Valentine’s Day Themed Activities for Elementary”

Enjoy Today, It Will Be Over Before You Know It

I’m writing this at 4 AM as my 9 month old son sleeps on my chest. He doesn’t do this much anymore. Most of the time he’s on the move and all over the place, but the dreaded 8-10 month sleep regression has decided to make an appearance. My once great 12 hour per nightContinue reading “Enjoy Today, It Will Be Over Before You Know It”

Why would I Follow this Blog? I’m not a Teacher…

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links to Amazon Is this blog just for teachers? NO! This blog is for anyone who wants to do fun activities with children of all ages. I will be posting a variety of activities for babies, toddlers, and elementary school aged children. Yes…some of it will be directed towards teachers,Continue reading “Why would I Follow this Blog? I’m not a Teacher…”