How to Teach About Feelings in Fun & Easy Ways

How to Teach About Feelings in Fun & Easy Ways

As children start to be more independent and opinionated, they start to feel emotions on a larger scale. Teaching children about their own and others' feelings may seem daunting, but these activities will help make it simple, fun, and easy. How do children learn about...

30 Fun and Simple Fall Activities for Toddlers

30 Fun and Simple Fall Activities for Toddlers

Keeping your toddler busy while stuck at home can be a struggle, but there are ways to both occupy them while helping their little minds to grow and learn. You need some simple fall activities for toddlers in your plans this season. Now that fall is here, it's time to...

Easy and Fun Preschool Social Skills Activities

Easy and Fun Preschool Social Skills Activities

Social skills are one of those things that take some time and practice to develop. Naturally, we as humans tend to be self-centered as a survival mechanism from birth. Just like any skill, you have to practice and teach so that your preschooler can get the hang of...

Letter A Printables and Activities for Preschoolers

Letter A Printables and Activities for Preschoolers

Are you struggling to come up with fun ways to teach your preschooler(s) the letter A? Learning the alphabet is the most basic level of learning to read, yet probably the most important! Just like anything you do with little ones, you want to make sure you have the...

7 Benefits of Sensory Bins and How They Support Child Development

7 Benefits of Sensory Bins and How They Support Child Development

Sensory bins are tactile ways for children to play that encourage various skill development.   They are essentially a box filled with a textured filler like dry rice, pinto beans, or flour with various toys and tools in them for children to find and play with.  A...

7 Games for Left and Right: How to Learn Right vs. Left

7 Games for Left and Right: How to Learn Right vs. Left

Learning left and right is something that starts at a young age; it's a practical life skill kids need to understand. It's easy to make it part of your everyday life, but you also can try playing some games for left and right understanding. Games are one of my...

Letter T Printables: Alphabet Learning Worksheets for Preschoolers

Letter T Printables: Alphabet Learning Worksheets for Preschoolers

Grab these FREE letter t printables to help your preschooler learn one of the most common letters of the alphabet! The alphabet is one of the most basic skills that a preschooler will learn. Teaching them letter by letter with various worksheets, crafts, and sensory...

Perfect Board Games for 2 Year Olds

Perfect Board Games for 2 Year Olds

Are you looking for board games for 2 year olds that are fun and yet still educational? Finding the right board games for your tiny family member is so important. Around 2 years old your little one finally possesses the most basic skills needed for epic game night...

Weather Chart for Preschool – Free Printable

Weather Chart for Preschool – Free Printable

One super popular preschool theme is weather. One thing I love about this theme is that it can be used at any point in the school year. Weather is always around us so it is important for young students to learn about it. Whether you are working on a weather preschool...

Free Printable Back to School Word Strips

Free Printable Back to School Word Strips

The start of the school year is almost here and I wanted to offer my readers an awesome free printable for your young students. These back to school word strips are great for hanging in the classroom or using for copying and handwriting practice. These word strips are...

How to Fix Dry Play Doh: 5 Ways to Rehydrate Play Doh

How to Fix Dry Play Doh: 5 Ways to Rehydrate Play Doh

I can't tell you how many containers of Play Doh I tossed out because my kids left the lids off. I had no idea you could fix dry Play Doh, but you can! You'll never have to waste homemade or store-bought playdough again. All play dough, whether you buy the name brand...

Free Printable Alphabet Chart For Letter and Sound Recognition

Free Printable Alphabet Chart For Letter and Sound Recognition

Children as young as 2 can start recognizing the letters of the alphabet. This makes an alphabet chart extremely helpful for toddlers through kindergarteners. I created a printable abc chart that was going to be available in my Teaching Littles shop, but decided to...

11 Activities to Practice Pincer Grasp with Your Baby

11 Activities to Practice Pincer Grasp with Your Baby

A baby will go through many different developmental stages as they grow and develop new skills. One of the milestones that you will see emerge is their use of pincer grasp, a basic fine motor skill. Fine motor skills involve the small muscles in the hands and fingers,...

How to Make Simple DIY Glitter Sensory Bottles

How to Make Simple DIY Glitter Sensory Bottles

Sensory bottles can be a calming experience for your little one. They're great for babies, toddlers, preschoolers or any child who loves visually stimulating objects. The great thing is you don't have to buy them! Instead, you can save money and make them yourself at...

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...

18 Tips to Get Your Baby or Toddler Walking

18 Tips to Get Your Baby or Toddler Walking

It's been so much fun watching your baby learn and grow this past year. You’ve already seen them go from babbling and starting to sit up on their own to crawling all over the house and getting into anything and everything. If your baby is getting close to 1, you’re...

12 Inspiring Homeschool Desk Ideas

12 Inspiring Homeschool Desk Ideas

Are you looking for homeschool desk ideas to create a useful space for homeschooling? Creating a productive environment for your kids that makes them feel comfortable and keeps them organized is key. It doesn't have to feel like traditional school. In fact, you should...

14 Sensory Room Ideas: Create a Calming Space

14 Sensory Room Ideas: Create a Calming Space

All children, whether they have special needs or not, benefit from sensory activities. Adding a sensory room to your home or school is a great way to provide kids with a sensory experience to help regulate their emotions. When creating this space for your child, make...

Easter Egg Letter Match

Easter Egg Letter Match

I don't know about yours, but since my kids were about 1 year old, they were obsessed with Easter eggs. They would have Easter egg hunts all year round in the house and used them for a variety of imaginary purposes. There are a multitude of activities that you can do...