Are you looking for some boredom buster ideas for your kids? Here is a set of boredom buster activity jars that you can make to help keep the kiddos busy during the summer, on rainy days, and on weekends.
This is my kiddo’s last week of school and I’m frantically trying to finish up a bunch of projects before I become a full-time mommy again. I am also trying to come up with ways to keep him active, busy, and learning throughout the summer break. I’m hoping that this chore jar filled with activity sticks will help us out this summer.
It’s my week to teach Sunday School and I’m working on a cute Mother’s Day project for the kids to make. They will be making a fingerprint tree and I am preparing by making custom colored ink pads. I sometimes like to make my own ink pads because I can’t find a large variety of ink pad colors in stores.
Happy Friday! Before I start a beautiful spring weekend, I thought that I would quickly share a fun FREEBIE with you. CLICK HERE to download a Counting Around the House recording sheet. Send your kids on a counting mission. Can they find and count all of the doors, windows, tables, beds, mirrors, and sinks in your house? If you have a two story house, children
I was a picky eater when I was a kid. I frequently played around with my food instead of eating, and I frequently got in trouble for doing it. Well, now I know that playing with food isn’t always a bad thing. Snack time, in particular, can be a great time to work on some early learning concepts. Here are several ideas for snack time learning.