My kindergartner is working on number recognition at school.  Not just recognizing the number 1-20 but also the way they are spelled and how they match up.  He is doing really well with the number recognition. He does have a few numbers spelled out he misses.  To help him

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 Excited to be joining STEM Saturday!  Each week I aim to bring you a new STEM activity for you and the kids to try out.  The amazing thing is we will also get inspiration from the amazing ideas my fellow co-host share too.  See their posts at the end of

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  We had so much fun with our Heart Potato Stamps last year that we wanted to try more potato print art.  After buying a LARGE bag of potatoes we were not able to eat them fast enough.  They started to sprout.  I kept a few for an art project.

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Excited to be teaming up with B.Toys to bring you this posts.  All Opinions are MINE.   We have a small bedroom we use as our playroom.  The kids share a room and love being together right now.  So we have a room set up for them to keep

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  What better way to explore  science than with a DIY catapult?  The catapult is a great way to talk about trajectory and projectiles with kids. Trajectory- the path followed by a projectile flying or an object moving under the action of given forces. Projectiles- a body projected or impelled forward,

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We love to give simple store bought Valentines.  They have so many fun ones out there now.  We also love to come up with our own Valentine gift ideas at times.  We did Goldfish Valentines for little brother last year and Star Wars for big brother.  This year after

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 We do eat candy but I try to limit how much my kids eat.  My first son is not big on it, thankfully, my second son loves it too much, oh no, and the third son is still getting his feet wet with candy.  I am not against it

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 This month’s busy bag post is Valentine’s Day themed!  I have a stack of felt that has been siting on a shelf for some time now.  These busy bag posts have given me good reason to use them.  Last month we shared a Snowman busy bag.  This month I

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 It is no secret I have all BOYS.  You probably could tell by the name of my blog, Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tail, that I am the mom to all boys.  I have 3 of the greatest guys a mom could ask for. I always saw myself

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Excited to be joining 12 Months of Sensory Dough Series this year.  Each month I will share a new dough themed recipe with you.  You will be able to see several different recipes and ideas around that one dough. Example this month is Snow Dough.  I chose to create

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This month we are taking part in the Gross Motor A-Z Blog Hop hosted by Still Playing School head over to see all the fun ideas for this blog hop.   My kids are high energy, I never hide that.  They move from sun up until sun down at night.

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Be on the lookout for our next newsletter for a FREE download of Indoor Activities for Kids in Winter by Colleen Beck of Sugar Aunts and me, Jaime of FSPDT.  The only way to get this is to sign up for  one of our newsletters.  If you are already signed

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I have already started to think about Valentine’s Day.  We have so much fun with Valentine inspired fun at my house.  I could not wait to get started this year.  I set out to find the best Heart Crafts for Kids to get me even more excited about the

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I have been wanting to make straw rockets with the kids for forever.  They are so simple to make.  Why has it taken me this long to do it?  Straw rockets seem to be a timeless activity to try with the kids.  It is a fun way to test

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