Clean mud is a great sensory activity for all age groups. Recipes can be adapted to desired consistency and many items can be added to this activity to make it more interactive. Other great ideas include adding, sparkles, pom poms, animals, Duplo, plastic or stretchy bugs, spoons and cups etc. This school age group, made the clean mud themselves and kept their bins for a week so each child could add to it and use as desired.Continue reading
There are so many uses for skipping ropes, aside from jumping. A skipping rope is one of those pieces of equipment that checks all the boxes: it’s inexpensive, multipurpose, can be used by toddlers AND octogenarians, it’s transportable, and it can be used indoors or out.
Check out the following games and you won’t be at the end of your rope trying to come up with ideas.
At times, many children show frustration when they are learning language. Children with speech and/or language delays may find it especially challenging to express ideas, share information, recount an event or retell a story. These tips will help you help your child communicate with others and deal with frustration successfully.
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The sun is getting warmer, birds are singing, and my children are shedding their winter gear all over our backyard. Spring is in the air! After the long sleep of winter, nature is filled with a flutter of activity and new energy. Trees are exploding with blooms, insects are buzzing, and critters are busy building nests. The kids are full of energy too! Thankfully, spring offers many simple, easy, and fun outdoor activities for children to get their wiggles out. On that note, here are 39 free and easy activities you can do outside with your kids this spring:
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Here are some of the submissions we have received so far:Continue reading