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Here's another easy animal craft idea to keep your baby and preschooler busy and happy ! With all the structured activities and schedules around us, we tend to overlook on “Fun Stuff & Having Fun” ! According to the experts, "play" is the chief vehicle for the development of imagination and intelligence, language, social skills, and perceptual-motor   abilities in infants...
We are back with another fun and educational activity for World Animal Day.  This activity will be appropriate for preschoolers and above. Observation – a skill that is very important for future learning. Yet, preschoolers have a tough time focusing on anything.  Today, Big A and mom are going to observe animal skin patterns and spot the differences, As mentioned before,...
Kids are very observant and it shows when they talk to you about things they have seen or heard or even correct your sentences for you! So how keen is their observation when it comes to animals and their tails ?? Let's find out. Inspired by the classic game of “ Pin the tail on the donkey", I decided to...
Nature has a ton of unique and fun craft materials to offer and with just a little imagination we can do wonders. One such activity is our propeller Bugs . Have you noticed the propeller seeds from the Maple tree? On our walks, Big S noticed the propeller seeds falling down and was so fascinated by them. Upon close “investigation”...
Days to World Animal Day World Animal Day Day-7   This is going to be a quick one. Why? I did this activity with my toddler and you how long a toddler activity lasts –however pintastic it is! I kept it simple with my almost two-year old with a very short attention span. No gluing,cutting,pretty paper, glitter, sparkly stuff. Craft sticks Plastic clothespins Old yogurt container Before I...
animal crafts with plaster
Animal Crafts with plaster of paris Day-6  Animal crafts are so fun and engaging and younger kids seem to adore them. Today we are crafting up a sea horse! My older adores them and often repeats “ the daddy is the one that gives birth, not mommy” to anyone who will listen.  Some animal facts really stick with the kids –don’t they?...