Preparing for Back To School & Creating A Learning Space With Your Kids

This post is sponsored by Juicy Juice, however as always, all opinions remain my own. We are so thankful for the teachers Izzy had last school year. Although the year ended differently than originally planned, the teachers did what they could to ease the transition to at home learning. Now before I dive into this…

Tissue Paper, Stained Glass Activities

Making pretend stained glass can be done any time of the year. That’s one of the biggest reasons I love this concept of creating stained glass. The child’s art can be hung & displayed, which is great for building their confidence. We have hung them in Izzy’s bedroom & our living room. In each activity…

Educational Activities For Sensory Tables

I partnered with Children’s Factory to share how we use their Sensory Tables and Kidfettiā„¢ educationally.This post also contains affiliate links. I may make small profit from purchases on those links. These purchases help to keep this blog running. First Explore Before you start any activities with a child, they need time to explore the…

Teaching Colors without Flashcards

Thank you Oriental Trading forĀ collaborating with me, by sending product, for this educational post. As always all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. It doesn’t matter if you child doesn’t know their colors yet or if they have mastered them. I am listing fun ways to work on color and introducing mixing colors! 1….