1. Three Ingredient Snow Dough

    Late January and early February always feel like the blah part of winter, I think, and that has definitely been true this year! After a stomach bug and a head…

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  2. "It Looked Like Spilt Milk" Cloud Shapes Craft for Preschoolers

    This post contains Amazon Affiliate links The book It Looked Like Spilt Milk by Charles Shaw holds a special place in my heart. One of my college professors introduced us to…

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  3. Easy Wooden Peg Nativity Sensory Bin

    As we approach Christmas, here is an idea for a simple nativity that preschoolers can touch and explore. This project came together very quickly, and Owen and Jonathan (ages 4.5…

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  4. Craft for Kids: "Welcome Fall" Sign with Coffee Filter Leaves

    It's mid-September in Texas, which is pretty much still summer. We've been having highs in the upper 90's, but the long range forecast has a few days in the 80's,…

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  5. Sound Exploration Play for Toddlers

    Jonathan is at a fun age right now because at 20 months old, he is starting to develop more interests besides just getting into mischief. His attention span has also…

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  6. Five Activities for Learning the Letter S

    We just started our fourth "letter of the week" for Owen, and I am so happy with how it is going! He is really retaining the letter names and sounds,…

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  7. Group Play Activities for Toddlers

    This past week, I worked in the one year old class at my church's Vacation Bible School. Well, at least I did for three days until my youngest two sons…

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  8. DIY Rainstick Toy for Sensory Play

    A couple years ago, we made some really awesome rainsticks out of cardboard mailing tubes and a LOT of nails. They were fun to make, and we still have them…

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  9. Preschool Play with Magnets and Pipe Cleaners

    This idea is so totally all over Pinterest, so this is definitely not a new concept. But this project is so easy to set up, and fun for little ones…

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  10. Cool Off with Iceberg Pretend Play

    It's really heating up where we live, so I made Gresham some "icebergs" to use outside with his toy animals. This idea is so simple - just freeze water in…

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