Wiggling isn’t misbehavior, it’s natural for preschoolers! Get 4 easy, everyday ideas to use movement to boost your child’s concentration, early math, language skills & more!
Today we share the 3 stages and 5 types of play that young children naturally progress through. Plus get easy ideas, toys and activities to fit your child’s play style.
Take a yummy hike with an easy-to-make and carry sandwich. This fresh combination of fruit and protein explores your preschooler’s creativity and hand-eye coordination too. Ages 2 years and older.
Show me how you can squiggle like a funny worm. Now, can you find some other wiggly things today? Words like squiggly, wriggly and squirmy are fun for …
Have a ball pretending to be a ball– or whatever your kid chooses. Blow off steam with creative movement & science learning! Ages 3 years & up.
Young children today are at risk of becoming less physically fit than any other time in history. Set an early example– try some of our fun, fitness ideas to keep you and your preschooler moving together.
Springy sensations turn walking into pretend play. These everyday items inspire creative movement and exercise large motor skills!Ages 2 years & up