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As a child I loved a good, interactive busy book. Books that you could velcro, button or put things into pockets are some of my favorite activities from when I was younger. My girls loved books that you could open flaps on or that had different textures. Today I’m sharing an easy DIY magnet learning […]

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There are days that we just need to have open ended creativity. It balances out our academic subjects. Fostering creativity and allowing kids the chance to design and build with different materials just adds to their problem solving abilities. Foil sculptures one item activity is a free form way to give kids time to create […]

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Flowers and butterflies are fun signs of spring. We turned them into a cute preschool activity for learning color words and matching colors. Flowers and butterflies color matching activity for preschool is so easy to make. You need two supplies to create this activity-and you may even be able to skip the cutting out step […]

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For preschool kids, learning letters and shapes in a hands-on way helps the information stick. After teaching all four of my children preschool at home, I have nailed down a few great letter activities that are fun and effective. I share a very simple activity to teach children shapes and letters using only paper and […]

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You can teach your children how to garden by following a few simple steps.  I live in Colorado and our weather in the spring is very unpredictable.  We could have snow all the way through May and freezing temps. If we want to harvest vegetables in the Fall, we need to get some things started […]

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Reading to our babies is so important. Babies have a unique attention span linked very much to their need for food and sleep frequently throughout the day. The best books for babies will lead you to great choices. Reading a book to your baby will be more about repetition, hearing language, and most importantly closeness […]

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Post by Lisa Brown Preschool age children can learn to develop writing skills even before they know how to read and write. Preparing your preschooler to be a creative writer happens with pretend play, books, drawing, and expressive language.  Following are several learning activities that you can do with your Preschool child on a daily […]

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My husband took the lead on this idea! He made DIY high contrast cards for babies that are great for visual stimulation. These are too easy. Two supplies needed-that is it! Supplies: Index cards Permanent black marker DIY Contrast Cards for Babies Using index cards, draw on designs using a black marker.  Start with straight […]

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{Post by Heather Hice-McCray} Pensacola, Florida has so much to offer those who visit and live here. There are things to do almost every weekend throughout the entire year. The best part is that a majority of the activities in Pensacola that are cheap or free cater to families and children. Free or Cheap Activities […]

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I grew up in the colorful Colorado mountains. Denver Colorado is full of history, with wild west adventures, gold rush, geology/mining, and dinosaur findings.  As a Colorado Native it’s my pleasure to share with you some of the best free or cheap kids activities in Denver.   My Grandparents came from Germany to visit often. […]

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