Tag: Play

Learning Through Play

It’s no secret how important I think it is for young children to learn through play. Toddlers especially, are learning through each experience they have. They learn spacial relationships, new words, sequencing, respect for one another, taking turns, and many other things through open-ended play. They learn that the sky is blue, mud is wet,


Apple Tree Craft

We found this super easy apple craft at Reading Confetti! We used green tissue paper that I found at the dollar store, red markers, and cardboard rolls. I cut the rolls to make branches, but if your kids are a little older and more proficient with scissors they could easily do it on their own!


Sensory Play Day- Apple Sensory Bin

I’m so excited for Fall! We have a lot of great Autumn themed activities planned for the next few weeks. One of my favorite things about this time of year is apples!! We are planning to go apple picking at the end of the month, and I can’t wait. I’ve already made apple chips and


Fun Fall Felt Board

Did you know that felt sticks to felt?? Me neither, until I read this post about a felt weather board by my friend and blogger extraordinaire, Stephanie at Two-Daloo. Hop over to her site and check it out, she has a ton of amazing activities for the littles! It got me thinking about all of


Simple Sorting Fun

I am a big fan of simple, educational tools that keep the littles occupied while I have something I need to do, and this is one of the twins’ favorites. These are little sorting bears with matching colored cups, and simple as they are, they keep them occupied for hours. They enjoy sorting them by