Another fun play recipe as part of 12 months sensory dough!  This month I have an Easy Soap Dough Play Recipe to share.  This dough was a big hit with the kids. I love that I had everything I needed in the pantry to make it and did not have

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  I love to find simple and fun ways to add learning to our days.  This craft stick color sort is just that simple and fun.  I used things I had on hand and set up a a tray and invited my younger kids to come play.  They both

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  Super excited to be taking part in  40 Sensory Bin Fillers Hosted by Little Bins for Little Hands.  What a great resource for sensory bin play from so many wonderful bloggers.  They are all in one place here on the home page .  A must click on link to

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We love feeding the birds.  We also love making our own bird feeders.  Since I had robots on my mind and a juice carton sitting in my keep for project pile, it just seemed right to create a  Robot Juice Carton Bird Feeder with the kids.  I set out

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I do not know about you but my kids are always wanting something to eat or a “snack”.  We could have just eaten lunch but 15 minutes before yet they say ” I am hungry”.  We spend a lot of our days on the go and finding a snack

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We love to find fun ways to celebrate Earth Day over here. Teaching the kids how to care for the Earth is important, but having a little fun along the way is ok too. This post is packed full of kid activities for Earth Day.  10 Earth Day activities for kids you

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    Last year we made Yogurt Cup Wind Chimes.  The kids loved helping to make the wind chime and it is still out in the tree a year later!  We set out to make a new wind chime this year out of another recycled material.  Here is what we came

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We love finding new sensory play recipe to try and explore at my house. When I came across Cloud Dough on Juggling With Kids Blog I knew we had to try it!  My son loves sand… and this looked like fun.  We set out to make a batch and get to playing.

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Special guest post from Coffee Cups and Crayons! Spring is almost here are we are ready for all of the cuteness the season brings! This adorable baby chick paper plate craft is one of our favorites. I love how to see how the handprint wings “grow” each year as

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It is time for another fun 12 months of sensory dough recipe!  Last month was edible playdough and this month is natural playdough.  I have been holding on to this box of chamomile tea for a long time waiting to use it in a play recipe.  Today the day

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We love trying out new print art for each holiday.  With Easter right around the corner we decided to try the classic handprint chicks this year.  I love print art because I can do it with my multiaged kids and I get a keepsake out of it.  One day

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This week on Play, Craft, and Learn with Dinosaurs we are focusing on Gross Motor Skills.  Gross Motor Skills work on the large muscles in the body.  Getting kids up moving around by crawling, walking, running… works to improve their gross motor skills.  Setting up gross motor play for

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I often feel like my entire day is revolving around the words ” I’m hungry”!  No matter how much or how not so long ago it was they ate they are ready to fuel up again.  I do not blame them they are growing kids that never sit still

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