Prime Day Finds for Toddlers and Preschoolers 2021

This post includes affiliate links. Prime Day 2021 is here! I went ahead and compiled our toy and sensory must haves that are all discounted today and tomorrow! All imagery is from On The Go Reusable Stickers We’re obsessed with these reusable Melissa and Doug Stickers. They’ve come on every trip with us. MessContinue reading “Prime Day Finds for Toddlers and Preschoolers 2021”

11 Beautiful Spring Crafts for Kids

Easter is over and I’m excited to share 11 of our favorite spring crafts for kids. Anyone else hit a little creative wall after a holiday? It’s been all eggs and bunnies around here and as our garden starts to bloom I’m having fun thinking back to all the fun we had crafting last spring.Continue reading “11 Beautiful Spring Crafts for Kids”

5 Beautiful & Fun Easter Crafts for Kids

I’m rounding up our five favorite easter crafts we made this season, complete with recipes, tips and tricks. This post includes affiliate links. We’ve had so much fun with Easter crafts these past few weeks. I’ve decided to share with Q a variety of ways to paint and explore easter eggs. With Easter quickly approachingContinue reading “5 Beautiful & Fun Easter Crafts for Kids”

Toddler Easter Basket Ideas on a Budget

It’s so easy to toss together a super cute sensory toddler easter basket, all with items found at dollar tree! Dollar Tree is the perfect destination to craft a super cute Toddler Easter Basket on a budget! Does anyone else feel overwhelmed in dollar tree sometimes? There is SO much, and it was tough decidingContinue reading “Toddler Easter Basket Ideas on a Budget”

Amazing Taste Safe Sensory Play Ideas with Chia Seeds

This week I’m focusing on sharing some Taste Safe Sensory Play Ideas! While these ideas are geared towards babies and mouthing toddlers, I promise your older toddlers will LOVE these too. First up, FIVE activities with Chia Seeds. . What is Taste Safe Sensory Play? I often found myself asking this question when Quinn wasContinue reading “Amazing Taste Safe Sensory Play Ideas with Chia Seeds”

Easy Dyed Sensory Rice

If you’ve been following along you’ll know how much we love to play with dyed sensory rice around here! This post includes affiliate links. Here are three super easy methods to dye your sensory rice and the pros and cons of each. I introduced dyed sensory rice to Q when he was 18 months oldContinue reading “Easy Dyed Sensory Rice”

14 Amazing St. Patrick’s Day Sensory Play Ideas for Toddlers

Sharing 14 super fun St. Patrick’s Day Sensory Play ideas! We’ve been having so much fun these past few weeks with St. Patrick’s Day Sensory Play! Sharing below different ideas to incorporate the holiday into your sensory play! The post includes affiliate links. 1. Rainbow Bright St. Patrick’s Day Sensory Play Here’s how this trayContinue reading “14 Amazing St. Patrick’s Day Sensory Play Ideas for Toddlers”

Easy and Beautiful DIY Easter Decor

This blog post includes affiliate links. How Fun is This DIY Easter Decor?! I absolutely love this baking soda and cornstarch clay. It takes just minutes to make and has the most wonderful texture! We use it as play clay, like a play dough, and then it turns into stunning crafts and DIY Easter decorContinue reading “Easy and Beautiful DIY Easter Decor”

Easter Craft – Recycled Mosaic Painted Eggs

Let’s kick off spring with an Easter craft! This is the easiest easter craft to set up and crazy engaging for little ones! I’m constantly feeling inspired by recycling. I constantly feel like my husband is reminding me to clear out my stock pile in the basement – but it’s all SO GOOD! A newContinue reading “Easter Craft – Recycled Mosaic Painted Eggs”

22 Craft Ideas With Air Dry Clay.

So much of our sensory play started with this clay. Something I had whipped up in the kitchen and presented to Quinn when he was 17mo and it’s been our lockdown savior! It’s the texture, how it feels in our hands, the bright white of it! Purely magical. Honestly, looking back through our images toContinue reading “22 Craft Ideas With Air Dry Clay.”