Block Shadows Busy Bag

This Block Shadows Busy Bag idea is a fun way to work on math for preschoolers. This activity is a simple and first step to area and perimeter that kids will learn about later as they grow. My little guy has been working with this preschool busy bag idea and has had fun trying to […]

Tracing Lines Busy Bag for Preschoolers

This Tracing Lines Busy Bag is perfect for helping your preschooler learn to write. This busy bag idea is super easy to make. There is only a little bit of work involved and your child will be tracing lines in no time. In this easy busy bag idea kids will practice tracing lines with a dry erase […]

Alphabet Beginning Sounds Clip Cards

These Alphabet Beginning Sound Clip Cards are a great way to let preschoolers and kindergarteners work on identifying beginnings sounds. These make a great busy bag idea and would also be a great literacy center in a classroom. These clip cards will help kids practice beginning sounds and strengthen fine motor skills in one activity. They have a […]

Name Puzzle Busy Bag

This Name Puzzle Busy Bag is great for teaching kids to practice spelling and recognizing names. This is one of the easiest busy bag ideas to make and only requires a few materials. The name puzzle busy bag is great for kids because they can see pictures of themselves and loved ones. I made this […]

Top 10 Rainbow Busy Bags for Preschoolers

We could all use a little more color in our life! Right? These Rainbow Busy Bags for Preschoolers, or even Kindergarteners, are some of my favorite color matching, color sorting, and rainbow activities for early learners. You will find most of these preschool activities have a fine motor skills focus because you know how I love […]

Build-a-Minion Busy Bag

Has Minion Mania hit your house? Ours too. My kids are in full-out Minion mode and they haven’t even seen the newest movie yet! The Minions are everywhere, so my kids are on the hunt to spot them everywhere they can. We’ve watched Minion previews, danced to the Minion songs, and stood in the Walmart […]

Roll-a-Monster Game {Free Printable}

Using the book If You’re A Monster And You Know It as our starting point, we played a Roll-A-Monster to review body parts and build our own silly monsters. It’s a fun little book that grabbed Jonah’s attention. Monster Body Parts Prep Using craft felt, I made some simple shaped body parts for the monster. […]

Mommy & Me: Shape Building

I’ve got a post over at Totally Tots today sharing a fun and easy shape building activity. It’s a super simple one to make…like 2 seconds. Easy-peasy! Jonah and I took some time while Asher was hanging with Daddy to build some shapes. (You can see the tutorial for setting up this activity in my […]