Mar 4, 2022
Safe and Engaging Sensory Play for Babies
Sensory play is an important and fun way for children to explore and learn about their world. However, it can be challenging to engage in sensory play with your baby since everything ends up in their mouth. Here is a way to allow your baby to safely explore through sensory play, without needing to worry. It is great for tummy time, practicing sitting or standing, or even to take with you in the car or store.
Feb 8, 2022
Waiting is hard! How to make wait times fun
Waiting can be one of the hardest things that we have to do. It can be challenging as an adult, so think about how hard it must be for your toddler or preschooler that hasn’t fully learned how to regulate their emotions yet. They’re tired, excited, bored, hyper, and just plain done with being in line. Maybe they are overwhelmed by sensory input from the lights and sounds or an uncomfortable seam in their clothing. This can make the seemingly simple task of waiting feel nearly impossible to your little one, which leads to unpleasant behavior and sometimes tricky situations for parents to deal with. (Do I ditch my almost full cart and carry my screaming child out of the store or keep shopping? We’ve all been there.)
Dec 27, 2021
Homemade Edible Cornstarch Paint!
Spark an early love for art and creativity while giving your little one the sensory experience that they crave. All with this taste-safe, odor free homemade paint.
Dec 13, 2021
Sibling Fighting – How to Create Peace at Home
Siblings fight. It’s a normal part of a multi-child household. The positive side is that it can help to develop self-esteem and emotional intelligence. However, it can also be overwhelming and take the fun out of family time.
Nov 10, 2021
Car Seats and Snowsuits – How to Keep Your Little One Safe and Warm This Winter
Winter is fast approaching. Can you smell it in the air? And that means it’s time to bundle up your little ones whenever you leave the house.
Oct 12, 2021
Reading Out Loud: Why Start When They’re Young
Reading out loud to your child helps them soak up social, emotional and cognitive skills better than anything else does. It sets them up for success in life – both academically and behaviorally.