Enjoy practising some early maths skills this spring with our bright and colourful spring size sorting activities.
AleksandarNakic / Getty Images About three months ago, I got some of the happiest news of my life. After not having to “try” for as long as we’d expected, my husband and I were expecting Baby #2. Because I have a complicated medical history — severe endometriosis at the top of the list — I’d […]
I was so excited for my 20-week ultrasound. I hadn’t seen the baby growing in my belly since my 12-week scan, and I knew this would probably be my last chance to have a look at the little bean before D-day. But, here’s the thing: There’s a lot more to it than determining your baby’s […]
Learn how to create fun robot puppets that actually MOVE using cardboard and other recycled materials in this make and play project for kids by Danielle Falk of Little Ginger Studio. Any art teacher will sing the praises of humble ol’ cardboard as a brilliant material for art-making. A cardboard box has endless possibilities for […]
Make a gorgeous DIY mini roads set for encouraging fine and gross motor development, building shapes, letters of the alphabet and hours of imaginative play on the go too! Perfect as an easy homemade gift idea, and even more brilliant when paired with a vehicle related story book. Let’s make a DIY mini roads set!… […]
Click here to read 27 Super Fun Rainy Day Activities for Toddlers on Hands On As We Grow® Stuck inside on a rainy day and need to stay busy? Try these fun rainy day activities for toddlers! We’re stuck inside for a good bit of winter and some of spring, too. It comes with living […]
Once your baby reaches the 8 or 9 month mark, she’s ready to move past single-ingredient purees and on to food combinations. These combos can be simple, of course (mixing mashed blueberries into oatmeal, stirring pureed broccoli into brown rice, etc.) Or, if you’re feeling fancy, you can whip up more sophisticated meals. For information […]
We have added some Spring themed spelling activities to our spring vocabulary printables. Featuring some lovely spring animals and flowers, they are sure to cheer any clas
Click here to read Easy Low Prep Preschool Race to Practice Color Words on Hands On As We Grow® This simple, low-prep literacy activity from Erin gets kids racing to practice color words! My daughter has declared that her favorite color is coral. Sadly, that word is not among the kindergarten sight word lists. Unless, […]
This decadent, creamy Keto Grasshopper Mousse Pie is made without sugar, low carb, gluten free and nut free as well! Grasshopper A Grasshopper is a sweet, mint flavored after dinner drink with its green color coming from creme de menthe. It was created in 1918 in the French Quarter of Louisiana. While this something I […]
Help your kids turn the tide against picky eating… even if they’re not willing to taste a single bite of the healthy meal you made. Here’s the scene: you’re a new mom, and it’s time for your baby to start solids. You buzz up a few homemade purees, then quickly move on to baby-led weaning […]
Take your pick from our definitive list, whether it’s chewing on some dates, blowing up balloons or spending a little longer in the bedroom one morning…!
By 8 months, solid food is a regular part of your baby’s routine. She’s probably having two or three solid feeds each day, and she’s tasted quite a variety of fruits and vegetables! Now, she’s ready to start eating small amounts of meat and dairy products. Cereal Recipes Infant cereal will still be one of […]
Themes and activities that can be used in April or spring; for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten; April Preschool Themes; Pre-K spring activities. The post April Preschool Themes appeared first on Pre-K Pages.
No matter their age, kids can cook! Get started teaching your kids the kitchen skills they’ll need to care for themselves and their families. Most of us have baked cookies with our kids at one time or another. It can be fun… and also frustrating! Kids can be messy, slow, and distracted cooks. Boy do […]
Birth trauma happens when someone experiences a deeply distressing or disturbing birth. Sometimes birth trauma can result from a physically traumatic experience, but more often than not, birth trauma leaves few visible scars. One woman may experience feelings of trauma after a seemingly “easy” and straightforward vaginal birth, and yet another may effortlessly breeze through […]
Catalina Gutierrez of Redviolet Studio shares how to create cardboard Miró inspired magic animal masks for kids! “I want to see large birds, snakes and creatures of the night in pictures.”– Joan Miró I have a long, and I mean a LONG list of favorite artists that inspire me day after day to do art […]
New Ketogenic Low Carb Dinner Meal Plan each week sent right to your email! Keto Low Carb Meal Plans Meal planning can be a difficult task if you’ve got a family with picky kids. The meals you see being shared each week here on my blog, are tried and true, fool proof recipes that I […]
Life as a busy mama is HARD! Focusing on your body wellness doesn’t have to be. Here are 4 easy, healthy + effective add-ins that can help boost your body wellness and have you feeling your best day after day! TURMERIC This powerhouse spice packs a TON of anti-inflammatory punch!! Turmeric can help decrease bloating, […]
Become a green smoothie pro! Learn the fool-proof formula for creating these delicious, powerhouse drinks for kids. Green smoothies, like our Basic Green Smoothie and Cherry Pineapple Smoothie, can completely transform how we get fresh fruits and veggies into our kids’ growing bodies. This post teaches you everything you need to know to make consistently-great green smoothies […]