preschool

Make a Monster Playdough Activity

If you are looking for a simple way to entertain your toddlers and preschools this week, you’ll want to check out this Make a Monster Playdough Activity. Every child in my house loves playdough, including the grown up ones 😉 , so we made a batch this week. I typically make a large batch that […] Read more…

Goldfish Counting Activities

There are few things my kids love more than watching goldfish swimming in a pond, and that is the inspiration behind these Goldfish Counting Activities. These activities work by using goldfish as manipulatives, and you can use paper goldfish or the delicious cracker kind. The goldfish crackers are a huge hit at my house. Unfortunately, […] Read more…

Color Sorting Activity for Toddlers

My 1-year-old has started feeling a bit left out during my learning activities with my preschool age son, so this week we did a color matching activity for toddlers. She is just getting to the point where she can distinguish between colors, and it was so fun to watch her mind working as she sorted the colored sticks. […] Read more…

Easter Reading Activity

Easter is in March this year, and we have a great Easter reading activity for you. I’m sure I can’t be the only mom with a stash of plastic eggs buried in the basement. To be honest, probably the best reason to keep them is for educational activities. Otherwise I could save myself the storage […] Read more…

Fun Educational Puzzles for Kids

*This post is a non-compensated review. It may contain affiliate links. See disclosures for more details. *Read up on these awesome puzzles, and make sure you ENTER TO WIN a set at the end of this post. They’re fantastic!* Winter is still going strong around our house, and I’m always on the hunt for great indoor […] Read more…

Kindergarten Math Activities for February

  Who has kids that love foam stickers? I do, and guess what? They are perfect to use in kindergarten math activities for February. I love to do seasonal activities because you can practice the same principles over and over again without them feeling exactly the same. Foam stickers are great! In addition to being […] Read more…

Valentine’s Theme Sensory Jar

  I love the idea of sensory jars and the educational activities you can do with them. This week we made our first one, a Valentine’s theme sensory jar using just two ingredients, candy hearts and rice. This was so easy and inexpensive to make, and it can be used by so many different age […] Read more…

Preschool Letter Recognition Activities

I have a 3-year-old at home with me this school year, and we have been working on a lot of preschool letter recognition activities. Learning letters is great preparation for kindergarten, and it is important pre-reading and writing practice. We try to mix it up and keep it fun so he doesn’t lose interest, and […] Read more…

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