With Valentine's Day right around the corner, you might need to make some quick and easy preschool valentines for an entire class. Here are ten easy preschool Valentines that you can DIY on a budget with barely any time at all. Keep scrolling down for a FREE printable LEGO Valentine card! Click the heart photo… Continue reading Homemade Love: Easy Preschool Valentines Made Without Food
Hooray For Play Dough! Even though I'm not a huge fan of using food stuff as play materials, I do love me some homemade play dough. This recipe is my hands-down favorite because the dough is velvety smooth, lasts so long, and is so simple that even my two-year-old can practically make this one all… Continue reading Sensory Play Activity: Easiest No-Cook Play Dough Recipe
Imagine being on the moon with this dreamy story: The Boy and the Blue Moon! If you are feeling inspired after hearing this story, you can make some beautiful blue moon artwork or even a blue moon book! This video will show you how to make a mini book with one piece of paper. If… Continue reading New Story Video For Subscribers!
Gratitude goes well with some delicious apple cake in the book Apple Cake: A Gratitude by Dawn Casey and Genevieve Godbout After reading, you can make some cards for people you want to thank or even some small gifts. Or make a Gratitude Tree, with instructions here from the Artful Parent. Want more fun stories… Continue reading Subscriber Story Time: A Gratitude Story For Kids
Make a delicious apple pie with ingredients from all over the world with the book: How To Make An Apple Pie And See The World by Marjorie Priceman If this book inspires you to head to the market (or around the world!), you can try this super simple game: To Market, To Market Or make… Continue reading New Subscriber Story Time!