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For our first foray into homemade slime we made BEACH SAND SLIME and let me just tell you, it lived up to the expectations! Piper played with it for a solid hour two days in a row! It was really fun and simple to make and a great sensory tool to add to your collection! […]

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My girls (age 2 and 4.5) had so much fun getting creative with this at-home cardboard nail salon! They were able to practice their fine motor skills carefully painting in the fingernails and get creative at the same time. This is such a simple activity! I can’t take credit for this idea, it’s been popping […]

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Both of my toddlers (ages 2 and 4.5) are really into using scissors and cutting right now, the younger one more so because it’s a newer skill she’s developed. I’ve been running out of creative ideas for practicing but came up with this a few weeks ago and it was a big it! I will […]

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Here are some of our favorite Amazon finds to help you survive the next few weeks or months at home in isolation with your kids. You can also check out more favorites in our Amazon shop here and if you’re looking for ways to use these supplies be sure to check out this round -up […]

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This is a really simple way to make playdough play more fun for your kids! I’ve learned that giving my girls an activity or open-ended prompt to do with playdough drastically increases their time playing with it, and allows them to use their imagination and flex those thinking skills!! For this I simply hid plastic […]

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This is the easiest sensory activity, and I promise you more than likely have all of the supplies on hand! You can adapt this in so many ways, hide toys or letters in the foam, use it for color recognition, or just exploring new textures for younger tots! You can do this inside or outside, […]

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