Toddler Chores

What I didn’t show you during my Mommy & Me:Rainbow Rice post… The easy way to clean-up: give your child the dustbuster and let them go to town! Yep, works for me!

Preschool Playdough Mats & Activities

Playdough is so much more than just squishy-gooey fun for little fingers. Playing with playdough is beneficial to developing and strengthening fine motor skills. Essentially, playing with playdough can directly impact your little one’s writing skills! (I know, I know, it can be messy. With a few guidelines, you can let your little one squish […]

Mommy & Me: Alphabet Match-up

Welcome to Mommy & Me Monday! Today is the first link-up and I’m so excited to see everyone’s ideas! Mommy & Me is to showcase all of the fantastic things¬†you are doing to help your little one prepare for school. Almost anything goes! Here is our activity: Alphabet¬†Match-up I used some ABC flashcards and foam […]

Mommy & Me Monday: Look, Jump, Letter Stomp

Here is a fun little game that Jonah loves to play when we’re outside! I’ve named it “Look and Jump, Letter Stomp”. All you need is some space and sidewalk chalk! Cheap & Easy! I wrote letters J and A in an alternating pattern along the sidewalk. I switched it up every once in a […]

Mommy & Me Monday: Sidewalk Chalk Paint

Ever since I painted the bathroom this summer, Jonah has been asking to paint. For some reason, I had been avoiding it with him. Weird. Yes. Especially since I taught in a paint-friendly kindergarten. I finally decided it was time to quit avoiding paint and make our own Sidewalk Chalk Paint! It’s very easy to […]

Handprint Snowmen Ornament

Need a quick and personalized gift for a loved one? Make a handprint ornament! We made several of these for special people in our lives as a present from Jonah. I found some large flat ornaments at Hobby Lobby. We painted Jonah’s handprint with white paint for the snowmen bodies. Then I added some hats, […]