kindergarten

Valentine's Day Playdough Activity for preschool.

Valentine’s Day Playdough Activity for Kids

Candy Heart season is almost here, and this week we discovered a fun new Valentine’s Day Playdough activity for kids. It happened, as so many great activities do, out of boredom. My poor 2-year-old feels exceptionally out of play ideas while her big bother is at preschool, and I was desperate for an activity that […] Read more…

10 Cute Snowman Crafts for Kids.

10 Cute Snowman Crafts for Kids

I have been busy picking out 10 super Cute Snowman Crafts for kids to share with you today. It has been quite the snowy winter at my house. That’s fine by my 5 kids, because more snow equals bigger snowmen and more snowball fights! After they’ve burned some off their excess energy outside and their fingers […] Read more…

Sight Words Stamping Activity for Kids

This week we did a sight words stamping activity for my preschool son, and his second grade sister would not be left out. They had the best time stamping words, and they even managed to keep the ink off of my desk!! 🙂 Stamps are a long standing favorite at our house. My girls were […] Read more…

Spin and Add Math Activity for kids - Great for Kindergarten or First Grade.

Spin and Add Math Activity for Kindergarten

We were on the hunt for fun learning activities over the holiday break, and this Spin and Add Math Activity for Kindergarten was a great fit. Spinners are so awesome! Something about the flicking and watching the hand go round and round is addicting, and my kids love it. In fact, I often find that […] Read more…

Cootie Catcher Word Building Activity

This Cootie Catcher Word Building Activity was fun for all ages at our house this past week. There’s something about cooties catchers that is just awesome, and the kids love them. We used that fascination and excitement to practice some CVC words, and it was a total hit. I’m not a Cootie Catcher building expert, […] Read more…

Paint Chip Reading Puzzles

This past week we had a blast reading with our paint chip reading puzzles. Okay, so to be fair, we made them with strips of stripped paper, but paint chips would work beautifully as well. As long as you have even, defined color lines that separate the sections, you can make these puzzles work. We […] Read more…

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