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fruits sensory activities
Sensory activities with fruits Sensory activities if used judiciously can work as that perfect kids activity when dealing with kids from multiple age groups. It all started when my 4 year old mocked my 2 year for mistaking peeled and chopped pears for apples. In my toddler's defense the two crucial elements she needed to identify an object were removed.  Apple- big, round...
Earth day art
Talking about our planet is mighty big concept for a 4 yr old to grasp. So I decided to start small with an easy art activity for kids. Why not break the whole saving the concept into small idea which we can start at home. Art activities are a wonderful way to ease kids into a very complicated concept...
tin can roll painting
This entire tin can painting idea was spurred after I came across Hands on: As we Grow's post on a tin can art activity. With two kids in different age groups, only art activities seem to work well when it comes to tandem hands on kids activities. Open ended art activities seem to get the best response from my...
blog me mom sensory activities
With 2 kids aged 4 and 2 the one type of kids activity which will always be a hit are the  sensory activities. We have done our fair share of messy sensory activities, sensory bins sensory activities and even a writing activity which essentially falls under the category of sensory activities. For our current spring theme, we have been...
Have you made window clings with glue? This was our first time and the process was great and fun for the kids. I’d say my 4 year old was extremely pleased with the process and requested for more glue. This time we created some spring themed window clings. White Glue Dish Soap Food Color Ziploc Themed printable (optional) I made colored glue (glue+food color) in...
fine motor activity for kids
We have collecting egg shells for a while now and we recently found a fun way to use a few of them. Presenting a kid created fine motor activity for kids. When I say fine motor, I mean this is a fine motor activity with a capital F. I presented my preschooler with some cleaned and dried egg shells, permanent...