On a hot afternoon I love to set up a water play activity for the kids. Letting them have fun and stay cool at all the same time. This day I had an idea for a fun Fruit Salad Pool for water play. Water play is great to explore
We love our water table. Water play is one of my kids favorite afternoon activities during the summer. Once fall comes we stop putting water in the table and start adding new sensory material that we can have just as much fun with. With fall fast approaching I thought
Last year I cut up some pool noodles for a pool noodle water bin. We have since had a lot of fun with these pool noodles. One of the things we tried last year was pool noodle boats. They kids had a lot of fun with them in the bath tub.
So I have been seeing water walls all over pinterest since I logged in over there about 1.5 yr ago. They always look like fun. So this year I decided as part of our summer bucket list we would make our own. One day while in Lowes for another reason I went down the aisle with
This week’s Preschool Book Club brings you Little Blue and Little Yellow by Leo Lionni. We had never heard of this book before the book club. So glad we now have a new book to enjoy in our growing home library. I knew we would have to do some
Like most families we have a water table that the kids love. We have found over the years that you can add much more than water to it. It has since become known around here as our sensory table. We have filled it with sand, rice, sensory snow etc, and of course, water.