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Feed the Monster Color Sort Activity

This Feed the Monster Color Sort activity doesn’t take long to put together, and it’s pretty easy to get your hands on the materials needed to make it. (Upcycle those Starbucks cups.) And the silly monsters make color sorting much more fun. Here’s what I used to make this activity. […]


sensory bin fillers

Sensory Bin Fillers we Love 4

We are big fans of sensory bins in this house! See why we use them here. There are so many things you can use to fill a sensory bin.  We’ve tried many out, and have enjoyed some more than others. I decided to make a list of the sensory bin […]


Why we use Sensory Bins 1

If you’re new to sensory bins, you may be asking, “What’s the point?” Why do we use sensory bins? I use sensory bins for three main reasons. Exposure to new textures Extended independent play time Educational elements   What do I mean by Exposure to new textures? For the first […]


winter hat addition

Make Ten: Winter Hat Addition

My preschooler has begun working on basic addition skills, so I created this winter hat activity as a way for her to practice adding up to ten. If you are working with a young child on basic addition, they may enjoy this “Make Ten: Winter Hat Addition” activity. It’s simple […]