Teach Tuesday – Easter Egg Number Recognition

This post contains some affiliate links, which with purchases I can make profit. These small purchases can help keep this blog running.  As always, all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. It’s Tuesday… Teach Tuesday so I’m going to be sharing something educational with you. Since Easter is around the corner I thought I’ll…

Teaching The Alphabet

I received the shared products for an honest review. This post also contains some affiliate and referral links. As always all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. As your child becomes a toddler and gets closer to pre school it’s only natural you think about teaching he alphabet. Isabella has always been interested in the alphabet and…

Cognitive Development- Memory Matching

I received the shared products from Legacy Learning Academy for an honest review. As always all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. Legacy Learning Academy is a must visit shop for educational toys and activities. Save 20% on your Legacy Learning Academy with code: busyizzy When working on cognitive skills one of Izzy’s favorite games is memory/matching. She…

Educational Wooden Toys

I received the shared products from Legacy Learning Academy for an honest review. As always all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. When you become an educator you never stop being one. You may no longer be teaching in a classroom, but that doesn’t take the urge and love for teaching away. You all know I LOVE…

Best Educational Apps -Toddlers and Up

I received a KidloLand & an ABC Mouse subscription to share in an honest review. This post also contains affiliate links. As always, you guys know, all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. Screen time happens in this house. But I’m not worried because my child isn’t playing mindless games, she’s working on educational tasks….

Gross Motor Play – Outdoors

I received the mentioned items in this post from Pediped to share in an honest review. As always all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. It’s cold most places in the winter but our kiddos still need to find time to get outside and work on their gross motor play skills so here are…

Sensory Experience with ZDough and Humble Elephant

I received the mentioned items in this post in exchange for an honest review. As always all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. Are you looking for a fun activity to do indoors with your kid(s) now that it’s getting chilly outside? ZDough is a company I have been using products from for a…

Unique, Educational & Developmentally Beneficial Toys

As a parent and educator I am constantly thinking about Isabella’s needs and what toys would be beneficial to her development. Play is so important to children and how they learn. I pulled 5 shops that have educational, adorable and unique toys that are good for your child’s development. With Christmas around the corner get…

Fall Fun & Language with Z Dough

Teaching children language doesn’t have to be boring. Actually the best way to work on language is through play. Engaging your child and getting their whole body involved will help their brain stay turned on and focused. Izzy, like most kids, loves to explore clay. Z Dough is a safe “play dough” alternative that we…

DIY Chalk Paint

Izzy loves art! She wants to colors, draw and paint all the time. If I let her do art all day, I think she would. With that being said, art can be very messy, especially paint. I’m sharing how I made some chalk paint easy as 1, 2, 3! What you need: small cups or…

How to Encourage Early Literacy Skills with Books

Reading books to your little one is fun! But do you know how to utilize your time reading so they are picking up on some early literacy skills? I’m going to share a few tips to use when reading books with your kid(s). Let your child pick a few books and bring them over to…

Education In The Summer

As an educator I find it very important for parents to continue with educational experiences at home. Whether it is due to summer break or having a child who does not attend day care/preschool. The hard thing for most parents is knowing what to do with your child and finding the tools. I shared with…