Halloween Noodles Sensory Play

Halloween noodles sensory play

Halloween Noodles – Sensory Play! Halloween-themed noodles make OOEY GOOEY FUN for little fingers! This activity works in sensory, fine motor, visual-motor skills. Searching for items within the noodles makes sensory play fun. This is a Halloween activity BUT feel free to change the color of the noodles (step 4) to ANY color. Instead of […]

A to Z Nature Scavenger Hunt for Kids

Why doesn’t love a scavenger hunt? Let’s talk about research…The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) is an excellent website for information on the importance of play in kids. Here’s the link to a document specifically discussing recess. This article, The Investigation of Outdoor Play,’ is from 2004, yet emphasizes the benefits […]

SLIME for my Valentine….or Slime for Someone you Love All Year Long!

It’s almost Valentine’s Day and we know you’re looking for fun and creative ideas. This is the PERFECT idea for teachers, therapists, and gifts for friends. Materials: 1 Container of red glitter glue ¾ and ⅔ cups very warm water separated 1 tsp. Borax 2 Mixing bowls Mixing Spoon Red glitter Small plastic containers with […]

Clothespin Alligators

Here’s a fun summer activity that kids will love! The bonus is you can use your alligator to hang drawings up on the refer. If you want to challenge your child, print out the photos and ask kids to place them in order to work on sequencing. Also fun is to see what other animals […]

Cookie Cutter Popsicle Stick Puzzle

Spring break is great for vacations and relaxing, but it can also be a good recipe for cabin-fever!  Here’s another colorful activity to keep little hands busy and work on executive function.  Most of the materials are easy to find around the house.  As for the popsicle sticks, you can buy a bag of them, […]

Get Colorful This Spring With Unicorn Play Dough!

  Spring Time is finally here!  The weather may not be ready for all the outdoor fun that summer brings, but there are plenty of fun springtime activities to do inside.  Making Unicorn Play Dough is a great way to spend quality time expressing creativity and developing fine motor skills!   I found some fun […]

MORE Star Wars Printables & Activities for Kids

Star Wars is a classic favorite for both kids and adults. What’s even better than binge watching the movies? Doing fun star wars activities and games! We searched the galaxy for the best Star Wars printables and put them in a list for you to print off and enjoy! Whether you’re looking for some coloring […]

Make Your Own Find-It Jar

  Make Your Own Find-It Jars       Hi faithful readers! I’m so excited that we have been creating new fun activities for our clients. Find-It tubes can be quite expensive and we’re always looking for affordable ways to teach our children skills. The tubes are quite easy to create and the variations are […]

Valentine’s Day – Make Your Own Heart Hand Warmers

It’s almost Valentine’s Day! Last week, we showed you two easier Valentine’s crafts to show you love others. Now, let’s make a craft that’s a bit more complicated for those children who can follow directions and are able to sew (even just a little bit). Our simple and cozy heart hand warmers will be fun […]

7 Holiday Break Boredom Busters!

Christmas time is hectic and busy for grown-ups but our children can become bored quickly when on holiday break. I encourage my clients and my own children to limit screen time and be creative. Children of all ages learn skills through engaging in play. When children are not asleep they are learning about their environment […]