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Letter of the Week:

My 2 year old is very interested in learning letters! We have gone through the letters in her name and are now moving on to other letters in the alphabet. 493 more words


Top 5 Kids DIY activities

All right here it is! The must do crafts with your kids! If you’ve read any of my blogs in the past you know that I am a stay at home mom who loves to DIY. 614 more words


Play dough, Pictures, Passenger, & Presents.

Today started out odd without Devin here. He got to close his case and take down the bad guy he’s been following for a couple months last night. 478 more words


Super Soft Play Dough Recipe (safe to eat)

Play Dough is great! Not only does it encourage imagination and creativity (and keep the toddler busy for 30+ minutes!), it also strengthens fine-motor muscles. It is an excellent way to prepare little fingers for writing. 454 more words


Play Dough

I love this activity as it keeps Henry entertained for ages!

I’m always really pleased to get past the “can I really be bothered to make playdough from scratch?” dilemma as it lasts for 6 months afterwards. 132 more words


Letter Recognition and Formation

One of the most important skills to teach in kindergarten is letter recognition and formation. During our literacy center block, we usually have at least one of our activities focused on letters. 444 more words

Pumpkin Pie Playdough

Playing with playdough is one of those activities that kids of all ages can enjoy. My girls had fun with playdough when they were toddlers, and now that they are older, they continue to like it. 571 more words