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Here it is, finally done after over a month of doing Easter postings all leading here . I wanted to make a diy Easter activity bag because I didn't want Easter to be about candy and/or having to buy things. Also, I wanted to create activities that would be fun for kids while at the … Continue reading Easter Activity Bag
These flowers are a fantastic way to decorate for a kids Easter, also a cleaver and fun way to hide Easter eggs! They're so easy and simple to make! What you need: Sheets of felt in different colours. Green chenille stems. Plastic Easter eggs. Scissors. Hot glue gun. How to: Draw a flower on the … Continue reading Felt Easter Egg Flowers
This is an amazing Easter basket/bag filler! Kids absolutely love it!!! It's super fun and really gets younger kids using their imagination and interacting with other kids/siblings/caregivers. It's great for kids to do some free play. I got this idea off Pinterest, you can find the original post at http://www.ohbaby.co.nz/lifestyle/craft/craft-how-to-make-finger-puppets/. I've made some changes to make … Continue reading Felt Easter Finger Puppets
Here's a step-by-step visual on how to make a bunny, or, chick bookmark. It's the same for both & super easy!!! 🐥🎉. These little guys are a perfect activity for kids, just have everything pre-cut, and they can fold the paper and glue-on the pieces. Origami is so … Continue reading Easter Bunny & Chick Bookmarks
Talk to your child when you’re playing together. Have fun with nursery rhymes and songs, especially those with actions. Encourage your child to listen to different sounds, such as cars and animals. This will help your child listening skills. Gain your childs’ attention when you want to talk. Increase vocabulary by giving choices, e.g. “Do you … Continue reading Tips for Helping your Child Develop Great Communication and Language Skills
This month I’ve been thinking a lot about toddlers and literacy as my son is almost a year old, he's loving books and started to say his first words. So, I decided to do some research. Accoding to research, what is called the “home literacy environment” has been identified as crucial for toddlers and preschool children in … Continue reading Early Literacy