After the heat of summer, I am so ready to get outside in the fall and enjoy going to the pumpkin patch and visiting the local farm!  Fall, farms, and preschoolers just go together.  I have been doing a simple farm unit with Owen (5.5) and Jonathan (2.5). Here

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Last week, we husband went to jury duty for the first time ever.  He was actually kind of happy to be summoned as he has never received a jury summons.  I think I’ve been summoned 3 or 4 times, so I was happy it was him this time and

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Here’s a fun science experiment for kids with a simple helicopter style twirler.  These toothpick twirlers spin as they fall! Here’s how to make one: Gather your supplies:  paper, scissors, toothpicks, and tape.  You might also want markers for decorating. Cut a strip of paper and fold it in

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Nothing beats playing outside, but sometimes the weather just doesn’t allow for outdoor play.  Here are some ways that preschoolers can be active indoors – without harming themselves or your furniture! Game #1:  Masking Tape Race Lane Make a masking tape “lane” on the floor.  The boys enjoyed running

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Build a working candy dispenser out of Legos! Got M&M’s?  Or Skittles?  Even if you don’t do trick-or-treating, it seems like there is always plenty of candy floating around during this time of the year… Add a little creativity to your kids’ sugar high with this fun Lego project!

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