Whoo, it is time for this month’s 12 months of sensory dough post! This time we are sharing a new edible playdough recipe with you. We have shared edible peanut butter playdough, edible frosting playdough, and Marshmallow Playdough-edible & fun before. Today I have a new one to share. Edible cream
Can you believe we have made it to the end of the year! Or almost, but for 12 Months of Sensory Dough this is the end of the year for us today. I have had a blast sharing new play recipes each month. This month it is all about
All of my kids, as babies and toddlers, have loved to put things in their mouth and chew on almost everything. With this in mind, when I do activities with all 3 of my kids, I have to try and find ways to be able to include them all.
If you follow along then you know I have been living, breathing, and dreaming apples, lol. One activity keeps snowballing into another. The kids are loving them so we just keep on having fun. As the mom to 3 kids of all different ages, I have to try and come up
Pom poms have so many uses and not just for crafting. All of my kids have loved to drop small items down into bottles or containers. They just can not seem to get enough of it. My kids are 1-5yr right now. They all still enjoy doing this. The
I could not wait to open up this book. The kids and I started flipping through the pages and we quickly found a few activities that we just had to try. The PVC Tube Play Wall was at the top of my list to make for them. I
Each month I hope to bring you a new feature blogger I admire from the All Things Kids Bloggers. This month I am thrilled to be featuring Blayne from House of Burke. I am grateful to have met her through our mutual passion, blogging.
With St. Patrick’s Day coming up I have been dreaming of rainbows and gold coins. As a family, we have come to enjoy holidays in our own way. They just give us an excuse to have “themed fun” building up to the special occasion. We do have a few St.
While at Target the other day I was looking through the dollar section and came across some cute Valentines Day mailboxes. I just had to get them. My kids love “writing letters” and mailing them. These mailboxes would be perfect for them to play with. I decided to set them up with an invitation to play Mini Valentines. This activity is great
I thought it would be fun to look back at the few posts I shared last year with baby brother. Seeing how he has grown over the year and in looking through the posts I realized I had yet to do a 10 Things kids love baby version. So
As most moms, I am sure I am not alone in having to work at finding activities for the multiple ages of kids I have at home. I have a 1 yr, a 2.5 yr, and a 5 yr. With this range of ages I have to try and
When my oldest was about 1.5 years old I set out to make him edible playdough. I googled how to make it and wrote down the directions. I whipped him up a batch and we had a good time playing in it. I saved the directions but we have
Baby brother just loved his first finger paints for the tub I made him. I just loved watching him as he explored painting in the tub for the first time. A simple and fun sensory activity for baby has been his bath paints. With the Christmas holiday coming up, I wanted to add