Gifts of time and love are surely the basic ingredients of a truly merry Christmas. ― Peg Bracken Salt Dough Ornaments make adorable little gifts! Younger children will enjoy manipulating the dough and relish the sensory feedback they are getting, especially from their tactile sense! Squishing, rolling and cutting the dough are fun activities by themselves and will keep your children engaged for hours! We make Salt Dough Ornaments every
October is an exciting time of the year: Sweater weather, all things Halloween, songs about wind, falling leaves and lots of talk about costumes, candy and decorating pumpkins! Make sure to give Pour Painting a try if you’re looking for a fun, easy, open-ended and REALLY engaging pumpkin project for your children! Young children really relish the feedback they are getting from their senses, especially from their tactile sense. They like squishing
We are so excited that spring is coming! We watch and wonder as the arriving spring birds make their nests in our backyards and see the first flowers growing. To welcome spring we make our own spring birds and build a nest to play in which will lead to many wonderful hours of play and learning about spring animals! Art and Play Younger children learn and make sense of their
Scrape and squeegee paintings are wonderful art activites. As toddler’s are growing and searching for new experiences, they really like exploring a wide range of materials. Art projects like this will support your toddler’s growing independence while also lending themselves to beautiful creations. All materials can be handled easily which will empower children to create, make their own choices and find satisfaction in doing so without major help from you.