7 Out-of-the-box Indoor Winter Activities for Kids - The Realistic Mama
Move the playground inside? Go camping in the winter? Why not?! Maybe not a whole playground but why not a slide. Maybe don’t camp in the snow but why not set the tent up in your living room? This winter we are working with Horizon, once again, to encourage family time! And why not make that...Read More »
Egg Towers! Fine Motor Balancing Game - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
My preschoolers have always loved playing with plastic Easter eggs! It’s fun to put little things inside them, and then open and close the eggs. We’ve also used them to make play dough dinosaur eggs and minions. Here’s a simple egg stacking game that provides a way to work on fine motor skills through play! […]
Giant Shape Match Activity - Busy Toddler
Giant Shape Match Activity: What a fun toddler math activity!!
Make a River! Easy Imaginative Play in the Sand Pit.
This imaginative play set up is easy to put together and loads of fun! Make a river in your sandpit that really holds water!
Playdough Letter Mazes - Teach Me Mommy
Today it is all about playdough AND letters with this fun playdough letter mazes idea! Keep it simple with little ones or turn it into a challenge for older kids. Read on to learn more… With these playdough letter mazes, multi sensory learning takes place, perfect for young kids! You will need: Playdough(we make our …
Cardboard Robot Collage - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Lately, we’ve been making all kinds of crafts with materials from around the house. This cardboard robot collage is guaranteed to be a hit! I love this kid’s craft because it works well for all ages, and you can customize it with literally anything you have on hand. This is a fun project to do […]
DIY Clay Cactus Garden
The other day I came across these rather large ceramic cacti created by artist Lina Cofán. At first glance, I assumed they were miniatures. I thought they
Tissue Paper Snail Craft
Kids of all ages will enjoy this colorful Tissue Paper Snail Craft. Perfect for kids who are working on developing fine-motor skills or who love animals.