Rainy Day Preschool Activities

Rain, Rain Go Away… Are you singing the rainy day woes right now? I’m actually pretty thrilled about the rain! We’ve had snow for so long, that the rain is a happy sight! Bring on spring! But if rain has you and your preschoolers cooped up indoors, I’ve got a few ideas to get you…

The Stages of Developing Scissor Skills

What age should I start teaching scissor skills? One of the top posts on this blog is my review guide of preschooler scissors. It’s really no wonder why its such a popular post- scissors are a scary thing to hand over to kids! Parents are more than a little scared of handing them over to…

Magnetic Tiles Board Game

This is a sponsored post written on behalf of ShapeMags. All opinions are my own, as I only share products we really use and love <3  It’s game time! My kids have been in the board game stage of life and I am loving life! Candyland, Zingo, Sequence, oh my! Bring ’em on! But we…

Preschool Teacher Appreciation Gift

I love putting together gift baskets! Gift baskets can be used for so many occasions. This preschool gift basket is particularly great as an Easter Basket, Teacher Thank You basket, Silent Auction basket, or as a beginning of the year gift for a home preschool mom or daycare provider! Putting Together a Preschool Supply Basket…

Gululu- A Fun New Way to Keep Kids Hydrated!

This post is sponsored by Gululu and contains affiliate links. All opinions are my own. Water = Life Today is Word Water Day, a day which highlights the importance of freshwater around the world. The goal of World Water Day is to keep people informed about water-related issues and help them take action in providing…

Rainy Day Art Activity

Is it spring yet?? Quite honestly, I am done with snow and ready to embrace all the spring showers! My kids love puddle jumping, and wet pant hems are much better than below freezing temps and being stuck indoors all day. Let’s get started with rainy day activities! Supplies: This post contains affiliate links Blue…

Indoor Ice Skating

The Winter Olympics are coming to an end Have you done anything to celebrate them? I followed along with Susie and Kristina’s Very Toddler Winter Games this year and was inspired to do an activity ourselves (very last minute, as is my style 😉 ) This is an activity I actually did with my students…

The BEST Library Bag!

Let’s just get this out of the way- I’m a total nerd This post contains affiliate links I used to be ashamed of it, but not anymore. I’m nerdy and I’m OK with it 🙂 I love books. I love the library. I love talking pedagogy to anyone who will listen. Scrabble was my first…

Toothpaste and Brushing Experiment

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of American Dental Association Time to brush! In my family, we take oral health very seriously. My husband didn’t maintain his teeth very well when he was younger and is paying for the consequences of this now. He’s had to get multiple fillings and is…

Football Math Activity

Time for some football…and math 🙂 I’ll be honest with you, I am definitely not watching the game today. I’m just not that into it. At all. I’d much rather be crafting or home preschool planning or teaching. To satisfy my dorky desires I decided to go on an activity spree (two hours before kick…