If you have a toddler I’m sure you’re like me and constantly looking for new, inexpensive, ways to keep them busy! Bonus points if it’s somewhat educational as well. I’m a stay at home mom so I feel like I have even more pressure not just to entertain, but to educate. I’ve been amazed at how long a bag of craft pom poms, two spoons, and a couple buckets have kept my daughter busy. Check out what we did with them below and some other fun pom pom activities as well!
Looking for easy Halloween decor and craft ideas? These friendly little ghosts are cute and so easy a toddler can make them! Best of all, these quick Halloween crafts can be made from supplies you probably already have in your home! They’re a perfect Halloween craft for preschoolers and even toddlers and school age kids can enjoy them as well!
This craft is definitely a throwback to when I was a kid.
As a mom, I am always looking for a new way to entertain my toddler! They have the attention span of a fly so having something new is key. Here are 3 quick and easy DIY toddler activities you can make for FREE from items you already have at home or by spending just a few dollars at the dollar store. These activities will also help them to practice their motor development skills. If you have a 1-2 year old give these a try!
Got bored kids? Or just kids that love animals? They can become citizen scientists and help track Giraffes and other animals! If your kids are younger this is definitely something you’ll want to do with them as you will be helping actual research scientists. Your kids can learn to identify new animals, learn about conservation, and do some good. Hopefully, it will be some good bonding time as well!
I first heard about this opportunity when I took my toddler to visit the San Diego Zoo Safari Park.
Shark Week is here! It’s the perfect opportunity to do some fun, educational activities with your kids over the summer no matter what the age! If you’re looking to celebrate Shark Week, or just have a kid that loves sharks, check out this list of great crafts, snacks, toys, and books for the shark-obsessed. These ideas are also great if you are planning a Shark themed birthday party!
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Whether it’s Father’s Day, a birthday, Christmas, or just because Dad’s deserve a great gift from their kids. If you don’t have a lot of money to spend or your kid is too young to shop a fathers day craft may be just what you need. With a little work, you can make a totally unique gift that Dad will be glad to display. You can do it with kids of any age or a mix of ages so it’s perfect for anyone!