Christmas Season Sensory Bins

Christmas Season Sensory Bins

As you may know, my children thoroughly enjoy sensory bins.  We have four table top bins – one for each kid and they take turns switching with one another.  It creates hours (yes, hours!) of fun!  Today I hit up the dollar store and purchased some items for Christmas season sensory bins.  They were so…

Sensory Bin Fun

My children have fallen in love with sensory bins!  Since my youngest has reached the age where he enjoys playing with the items; as opposed to, simply ingesting them…it was time to collect some pieces to create our very own sensory bin fun at home.  The kids and I put on our thinking caps, brainstormed some themes for…

Rain cloud experiment

Rain Cloud Experiment

The kids and I often spend our mornings at the Parent & Family Literacy Centre.  We recently did a fun rain cloud experiment!  The kids enjoyed it so much, we couldn’t wait to give it a try at home. It’s incredibly simple to make and super fun to watch.  Here’s what you need: Clear glass jar Water Shaving Cream Food…

Inspired Creations

Inspired Creations

September is the perfect time to re-evaluate goals, tighten schedules, reassess chore charts and start new routines.  I love implementing fun, new activities with my kids.  I recently stumbled upon this wonderful blog and discovered some great ideas that the kids are absolutely loving!  Below are two simple yet powerful projects we started this month.  Thanks to Amanda for the…

Animal Hats

Animal Hats

This is an easy, inexpensive craft project that provides endless hours of fun for the family!  The supplies we used to make our animal hats can be found around your home and at your local craft store and you can be as simple or as detailed as you like.  What an easy way for children to keep their…