Welcome back to another week of the Love to Learn Linky! There are so many fun Christmas sensory ideas in my brain right now – and not enough time to share them all with you. So, instead of trying to, I created a Christmas Sensory Mix and Match Activity Planner that you can use to create your own fun experiences at home!
We recently received a copy of an awesome book in the mail called 150+Screen-Free Activities for Kids by fellow blogger, Asia Citro from Fun At Home With Kids. I love the book and am going to share one of my favourite activities from it today – called a Pom Pom Shooter that you can easily make with your kids to have an indoor snowball fight, play a fun and active game of pom pom tag, and more!
Stick around until the end – and you’ll find the entry details to win one of 4 awesome toys featured in the book!
Welcome back to another week of the Love to Learn Linky! Thanks again to all the bloggers who are linking up their terrific ideas. This week I decided to feature a roundup of some of the best SENSORY SCIENCE ideas shared in the Love to Learn Linky since we began this summer.
Each month, I love to create a new sensory bin for my 3 year old son, Onetime. With Halloween over, and a recent early snowfall, I started to think about a winter-themed bin that we could make. After picking up a few supplies at the local dollar store, I had a hard time deciding what kind of bin to make and instead came up with 4 different ideas!
To support my son’s recent explosion of interest in letters and numbers, I created some fun ways to make these bins more than just fun – but educational too (of course!).
Welcome back to another week of the Love to Learn Linky! This week we are featuring 35 fun ways to teach kids about MONEY! We’ve got activities to help kids become familiar with the purpose and value of money, mathematical activities with money, and tons of suggestions for helping kids start to learn to manage money!
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