How to Paint with Your One Year Old & Several Creative Activities to Try

So I am very, very mess adverse. Yet I love art, and so does Anderson. It is a huge conundrum over here.  Thankfully, several years in the classroom have taught me a few tricks to get creative, while keeping the clean up to a minimum. Continue reading “How to Paint with Your One Year Old & Several Creative Activities to Try”

Literacy: Print and Play Alphabet Cards with Ten Gameplay Options

These Print & Play Alphabet Cards are a super easy way to start building foundational literacy skills. Whether you’re a teacher using them as a whole class or Center activity, or a mama building skills in your little, they’re a fun, play-based way to grapple with letters.

The activity on my Teacher Pay Teachers store has the introduction for Seven Activities. Including Memory, Snap, Hide & Seek, Sequencing, and Mystery Letter. While this blog post gives you three more ways to use these cards! 10 activities. 1 quick download. Continue reading “Literacy: Print and Play Alphabet Cards with Ten Gameplay Options”

Kid Travel: Eating Essentials

Keeping kids fed on the go can be a feat. One thing no one told me about becoming a mother is that I would quickly become a feeding gear sherpa, with pockets upon pockets full of snacks. Figuring out what are the most nutritious, easy travel options is enough to make your head spin. Whether a plane trip or simply a restaurant trip, everything you pack along needs to be combat and light. Continue reading “Kid Travel: Eating Essentials”