Free Printable Playdough Mats for Play and Learning

I made these mats for little ones to have some guided learning with teachers and caregivers along with free play by themselves. The playdough mats are easy to print out and they can either be laminated or slipped into a plastic page protector sleeve. I like putting them in a page protector and storing them […]

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Fractions Bowling Game with Free Printable – Teaching Beginning Fractions

I was doing a long term substitute job for a first grade class and had to teach the students their first introduction to fractions. I was planning math activities for their stations that day and thought that bowling would be a fun way to teach them the concepts that they needed to learn in order […]

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How to Make a Green Sensory Box for Kids

Creating a sensory bin is so fun because you are making something wonderful for your child to be excited about!It is also Perfect because you can tailor it specifically to your child’s learning needs!This bin is not created for your child to learn the color green but rather to stimulate and hold your child’s attention […]

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Best Educational Toys for 1st Graders to Learn Over Summer Break

When the kids are out of school, they will need some mindful activities that provide beneficial learning. Here are some toys that will keep help them get smarter over the summer and give them an advantage when they return to school in the fall. Melissa & Doug See & Spell Learning Toy (Developmental Toys, Wooden […]

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How to Make a Blue Themed Sensory Bin

Creating a sensory bin is really fun because you get to make something wonderful for your child to be excited about!Even better,  you can tailor it specifically to your child’s individual learning needs! This bin is not created for children to learn the color blue, rather it is to stimulate and hold your child’s attention […]

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Eric Carle Inspired Shamrock Art

This is STEP 1 in the Multi-media Art activity and lesson themed for St. Patrick’s Day. You can see the finished project here and find the other steps there as well. For Step One you will need: light weight white paper, green paint, paint brush, scissors, pencil and clear plastic wrap. GO HERE to see Original Post. First […]

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Valentine’s Day Finger Puppets to Make with Your Child

Hello Supermom! Here is another fun activity to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your child. These are fun and easy finger puppets ready to make from a free printable. All you need is a pair of scissors and less than 30 minutes to have some good quality fun! Once you have your finger puppets on, you […]

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