The lazy days of summer are the perfect time to work on your toddler’s fine motor skills. These summer fine motor activities are fun and will keep them entertained while helping them develop essential skills. Activities like scooping pompom ice cream, playing with Kinetic Sand, and using tongs to pick
The adventures of summer ignite the senses: icy popsicles on a hot afternoon, sand silkily sliding between your toes, watermelon juice dripping down your chin, and bubbles bursting with sparkling pops. And we, as parents and teachers, can also bring about these nostalgic sensations in our summer art for toddlers.
My family camps at Lake McConaughy every year since the 80s. It’s tradition for us even though it’s not what most people think of when they hear the word camping. Big Mac is beach camping with swimming and sandcastles rather than hiking and forests. So when I set this camping
Summer has a particular taste. It’s the sweetness of sun-soaked afternoons filled with lemonade, ice cream, and popsicles followed by sunsets of s’mores. Can you taste summer now? So we’re going to make our summer math centers extra sweet – so delectably sweet that no one will be able to
Is it summer yet? Even though the weather is still a little iffy (we’re talking branch-breaking snow in Colorado), I’m already dreaming of lazy days at the pool, popsicles, and reading fun books with my preschooler. We’ve put together a list of our favorite books that will keep your little
“You never know when you are making a memory.” -Rickie Lee Jones. Well, I know how memories aren’t made – while scrolling social media or playing a game on your phone. So I’m ready for a summer swimming with my girls, dance parties in smoke bombs, slip-n-slides, water balloon fights,