12 Creative Ways to Encourage Your Preschooler to Read

12 Creative Ways to Encourage Your Preschooler to Read

Have you ever met a friend whose kids love reading? And have you ever felt that your kids should love books more, but you don't know how? Don't worry, we all feel that! Most of the parents are so busy in their lives and hectic routines that they don't get enough time...

10 Books to Teach Your Toddler About Diversity and Equality

10 Books to Teach Your Toddler About Diversity and Equality

Children can start noticing differences in the appearance of others at a very young age as they typically gravitate to others who look like mom, dad, or people that they see regularly. Teaching children about cultural and racial differences should also start from a...

11 Simple and Fun Outdoor Activities for Your Toddler

11 Simple and Fun Outdoor Activities for Your Toddler

Now that the weather is warm, it's time to get out and have some fun with your toddler! If you're stuck at home and finally running out of new, exciting ideas for your kids, check out some simple and fun activities that anyone can do! Most of these activities don't...

How to Make a Busy Binder for Toddlers and Preschoolers

How to Make a Busy Binder for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Keeping a toddler busy (and quiet) for longer than 3 minutes is certainly not an easy task. Getting them to stay focused on something while also learning is even tougher! I created this Toddler Quiet Book to help my child learn new words and concepts while also...

Teaching Letters on a Dry Erase Board

Teaching Letters on a Dry Erase Board

Activity Sneak Peak: Under 1 minute set-up timeNo cleanupWorks on fine motor and cognitive skills for letter learningFor 24+ months Your toddler can begin to recite the alphabet before age 2, but recognizing and identifying the actual letters can...

Hand and Finger Strengthening for Toddlers and Young Children

Hand and Finger Strengthening for Toddlers and Young Children

Having strength in your hands and fingers is so important for all the tasks that kids and adults do on a daily basis. Fine motor skills and hand and finger strength have been developing since your child was an infant. Through crawling to playing with toys, even babies...

Sticker Letters Activity for Toddler Letter Learning

Sticker Letters Activity for Toddler Letter Learning

Activity Sneak Peak: Under 1 minute set-up timeNo cleanupWorks on fine motor and cognitive skillsFor 18+ months Your toddler can begin to learn reciting the alphabet before 2, but recognizing and identifying the actual letters should take a little longer. You can...