My kids love playing together (hopefully nicely) and enjoying creative snacks. Here are some of our fun ideas for indoor play, cozy gear for outdoor adventures and healthy snacks that cover multiple food groups!
Tag: sensory play
My kids love playtime activities that are interactive and creative! Kids can dress up with Wild Things Animal Blankets, play with homemade glitter slime or create art on a chalkboard table to make the shortened fall days a little more interesting.
Babies can be hard to shop for. My little guy is almost 2 and I still don’t really know what to get him for Christmas. Our family enjoys swapping gifts because it’s a fun family tradition but my little man has a short attention span, loves throwing things, and really just wants to run around our yard. So what to choose for a 2-year-old baby boy’s Christmas gift? Pacific Baby insulated bottles are practical baby boy gift ideas. My 2-year-old loves drinking his milk and juice by himself. He also tries to take the tops off his bottles and cups — he mastered unscrewing his milk bottle in his crib at 10 months old. Pacific Baby GroGrow Steel Baby Bottles have a wide variety of features that make them a great drinking container for all little kids who are always on the go.
Stuck inside? Colder weather or rainy days often create lots of opportunities for creative activities and imaginative play. We love to create a DIY sensory bin, design kid-friendly art, and practice learning new skills through play.
In our house, preschool and kindergarten feel a lot more like structured play time than educational lessons. Sure, my 5-year-old does a few pages of her phonics and math workbooks and my 3-year-old traces her letters, but anyone who has kids knows their attention spans aren’t long. I try to mix up our school activities so learning is fun! Here are a few ways my kids learn through play.
DIY slime seems to be fairly popular for kid’s sensory activities. What’s not to love? It’s squishy and colorful, and you can mix it up using ingredients you have at home and watch the magical chemistry transformation take place. We’ve made our share of glitter slime combinations. Here are some fun glitter slime recipes to inspire your kids’ next science project.
As soon as it starts getting warm outside, my kids want to go out and play. Keep kids entertained this spring and summer with a few simple interactive activities, nature scavenger hunts, and imaginative play with sensory activities! Of course, one highlight of the changing seasons is the adorable kids’ fashion that moms can get out and pack the past season’s clothes away!