Sometimes, regardless of the weather, you just have to get out of the house. And sometimes, you just don’t want to spend a lot when you do so.
Whip up a fun Valentines Memory Game to play with your preschooler!
We’re focused on is teaching our children how to have a healthy relationship with technology. There are times when that relationship, can become destructive. When that happens, its time to seriously consider pulling the plug.
So, here’s the scene. My son has been playing with his Leapfrog Tablet for the last 30 minutes quietly. Now I’m getting him ready to put away the technology. I start by giving him a warning that we have to put the tablet away in a few minutes. I can already see the glare and the tantrum stewing in those big, blue eyes. It’s going to be one of those afternoons, eh buddy?
Play Dough is a great activity to help your kids work on creative play. Learn how to make it, it’s both fun and easy!
It’s National Puzzle Month!
My almost three-year-old always loved the baby and toddler puzzles, however he’s been getting to the age where he doesn’t find them particularly challenging anymore. So my husband and I decided it was about time to start introducing him to floor puzzles.
The three little kids, my sons and nephew, stared on in befuddlement as their parents, grandparents, and the eldest of the cousins turned into a bunch of cling wrap wielding lunatics.