Learning Activities

Can you make a rocket out of an Easter Egg Chick? We deiced to put the theory to the test.  We recently tried the alka-seltzer rockets and my kids love them.  When looking at our Easter chick eggs I wondered if we could turn them into rockets.  I figured we had

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  Another month and another fun Busy Bag idea!  Last month we shared Rainbow Color and Shape Match Up. This month we have a Butterfly Counting Activity busy bag to share with you all.  I have been having a lot of fun using my stash of felt for these busy bags.

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  We have been having a lot of fun this year with felt busy bags. After making the kids a Rainbow Color and Shape Match Up busy bag I still had one more rainbow themed idea.  My idea was a Rainbow Rocket Felt Set.  The kids love rockets and busy bags.

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  One of the greatest gifts we can give our children is the ability to discover things for themselves. They need the specific knowledge that we can pass on, of course, but also the curiosity and drive to make their own discoveries. Those that will succeed are not those

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   It is time for another fun busy bag idea for the month.  Last month we shared a Valentine inspired busy bag with you and this month we have a rainbow inspired one to share.  Spring and ST. Patrick’s Day are coming up so the ideas for rainbow inspired

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  We bought little clear red plastic hearts before and the kids loved them.  I had no clue where I had put them.  On a trip to the store I came across more and picked up a pack for a $1.  I brought them home to use this time

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 To celebrate my 1,000 post here on FSPDT (I know! I can not believe we have gotten to 1,000 posts either),  I wanted to share a lot of fun ideas for you and the kids all in one place.  These posts below, made up of round ups and single posts, shares

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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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  It is our last week guest co-hosting Share it Saturday.  Here is last weeks post Rocket Activities and Crafts.  This has been so much fun!  Thanks for linking up and coming by to see my round ups.   This week I am sharing Creative Ideas for Bubble Wrap.

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Recently we had a chance to review Whistlefritz (we received free product for an honest review.  All opinions are mine). Whistlefritz  products teach kids Spanish through DVDs, Cd, Card Game, and more.  My kids just loved the match up card game.  So many fun ways to learn a new language.   Having

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“I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Rosetta Stone. I received a product and a promotional item to thank me for participating.”     Recently my son and I were able to try out Rosetta Stone’s Kid Reading Program online. Rosetta Kids Reading  is designed to help children

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Sight word has are now part of our homework routine each week. So finding fun ways to learn them is important to me and my son. We have come up with a few ways to play and learn.  However, I wanted to find more ideas from other fun moms.

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My oldest 5.5yr has become very interested in counting everything! He seems to have a love for numbers.  While shopping a few weeks ago I bought some Halloween bat erasers for him. I set up a Count and Drop Activity for him.  This was also great for fine motor

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So exciting to be taking part in All Done Monkeys 31 Days of ABCs again this year.  Last year we chose the letter L for Legos.This year we chose the letter H.  I had no idea what I wanted to do at first.  Then the idea of a Letter

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