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Skoolzy Bears

I fell in love with these bears at first sight! All the educational goodness that these babies can unlock makes me so happy!This morning Missy Marlo said she wanted to play school and learn about numbers. So we got out our number baking sheet and started counting! On...

Sponge Blocks

Building just got more interesting with these sponge blocks! We've used them in a few different ways. We've made towers, castles, and used them as fences for our My Little Ponies. What would you use them for? How to make:Grab some clean, square/rectangle sponges. I...

Painted Lentils

When my husband and I first got married, I decided to make him a nice dinner one night. I had my moms recipe of Taco Soup and thought it would be a quick, nice meal to do. I was very inexperienced with cooking meals. VERY inexperienced! I had no idea there was a...

Free the Frozen Treasures

Melting these treasures free takes time and patience for kiddos. This extends the lifespan of the activity! Missy Marlo was really determined to get all the treasures free and had to use some problem solving skills to figure out how to help the ice melt faster. You...

Frozen Paint

Frozen Paint is the activity I didn’t know I always needed!!! As the paint melts it colors your picture! To make these paints, you’ll need:*Washable Paint* Popsicle Sticks*Ice cube tray*Tin Foil Fill the ice cube tray half full of water and the other half full of...

Strawberry Sand

I've seen a lot of really great sensory ideas on Pinterest, but I think this is one of the best finds ever! This recipe is from Purposeful Toys! If you're not following her on Instagram, GO DO IT NOW! She has some of the best ideas, EVER! This Strawberry Sand feels...

Nail Salon

We had our hair salon day so naturally we needed to set up a nail salon too! Missy Marlo loved this one and wanted more and more! I took a cardstock 12x12 paper and traced my hands onto it. (Use a sharpie!) I used a Crayola marker and it smeared everywhere. Draw some...

Foam Squares + Velcro

Guys! There's so much play goodness here in these little squares! I found 2 packs of these at the dollar store a while back. With the first pack I put some velcro dots (also a dollar store find) on 2 of the sides so we could build with them. The other pack I left...

Popsicle Stick Color Match

Do you have some restless preschoolers at home? Check out this fun popsicle stick color matching game! This game helps your kiddos recognize colors, and works those fine motor skills! Let's make it! 1. Color different patterns onto your popsicle sticks. 2. Color your...

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