When it comes to winter activities for preschoolers, the possibilities are almost endless. From easy and quick paper crafts to more elaborate creations and decorations like these sparkly snowflakes, kids love them all. Because let’s face it, winter is the most magical time of the year. The time of rosy cheeks, hot chocolate, and snow. Lots of snow. Continue Reading
The holiday season is rapidly approaching. Before we know it, we will be buying the last-minute turkeys and picking up family from the airport. Planning a holiday dinner can quickly become overwhelming. But it doesn’t have to be! With thoughtful planning in advance, everything will fall into place just right. To help you out with the little things, I’ve made these kids’ placemats to color for Thanksgiving dinner. Continue Reading
Today I am happy to add another printable game for your children – Halloween I Spy. There are many I Spy printable worksheets available these days. But my main goal was to focus on the season and to help children pass time until Halloween. If you have a long car trip ahead of you or your child simply needs something to do during a rainy day, then it’s meant just for you! Continue Reading
We are in the full swing of preparation for our twins’ second birthday party. We didn’t do anything big for their first birthday. My husband was deployed at the time and I had no energy left to take care of everything on my own. But this year, he really wants to go all out.
Honestly, if it was only up to me, we would make a small family gathering with a simple lunch and cake. But instead, we are planning a party. My husband has been talking about a bouncy castle so much, that there is no way around it. I am not sure anymore who is the castle really for, lol. Continue Reading
I am so happy that September has finally arrived! The days are getting shorter and the Fall season is at our doorstep. For many of us, it is one of the most favorite seasons of the year.
Last year, we did our first pumpkin patch trip to a nearby farm. And even though my boys can hardly remember it, I can’t wait to take them again this year. They will certainly enjoy it with all their senses, being toddlers and all. Continue Reading
Is your little one working on number recognition or sequencing?
Then I have a quick and fun game for you. Fall number order puzzles for learning to count to ten.
Let me show you how they work. Continue Reading
Fall is right around the corner folks! And like every year, I am getting quite excited for the change.
Even though we don’t necessarily get the “real deal” here in Southern California. But we make sure to take trips every year to the nearby hill towns to experience the true chill and cold weather. Continue Reading