Make colorful tracks with toy cars. Rev up your preschooler’s divergent thinking and small motor skills with these easy prints. Ages 2 years and older.
Creative activities have many proven, long-term benefits for your child. But how can you find the time? Today we share 5 ways to help your family simply fit them into a busy preschool schedule.
Dads do things differently than Moms. Today we share four unique ways fathers can have a special impact in a preschooler’s learning and life!
Swirl, mix and sculpt with all your colors! Your preschooler’s hand-eye coordination and divergent thinking makes these simple finger paintings one-of-kind every time. Ages 2 years & up.
Sail away with protein and veggies in these easy-to make treats! Your preschooler’s imagination, small motor skills and tummy will benefit from making this healthy snack. Ages 3 years and older.
Insects are about to hatch from your egg cartons! Fashioning this DIY toy builds small motor skills and hand-eye coordination too. Ages 3 years and older. Ages 3 years and older.
Support your child’s and your own unique creativity! Today I share how to put aside your fears that you might not really be a creative person, and let your child’s natural creativity happen.
Beguiling, bendy sculptures await in your polystyrene packing! Constructing wily shapes with everyday bits and bobs gives your child’s divergent thinking and environmental awareness a fresh look. Ages 3 years & up.