Explore important math concepts with your toddlers and learn through play with this Patterns & Sorting Toddler Sensory Tray. If you’re looking for an activity that your little kids are sure to enjoy, this one’s for you! Today’s topic was Humpty Dumpty and baby girl had a blast with the Patterns & Sorting Toddler Sensory […]
Explore the topic of coats with this quick & easy Playdough Buttons Toddler Sensory Tray. Little kids love these easy toddler activities and of course teachers and mamas do too! One of this week’s topics was Coat and while the little guy enjoyed the Button On Os I Spy Activity, baby girl was busy with […]
Check out this awesome sensory tray idea for toddlers. Your little kids will love the quick & easy Playdough Prints Toddler Sensory Tray. You’re definitely not going to want to miss these wonderful sensory play ideas! Hello, hello! We’re still working through our Winter in the Woods preschool theme and this week the focus is […]
Teach little kids all about hedgehogs with these quick & easy hedgehog activities for toddlers & preschoolers. You’re definitely not going to want to miss them! Hello, hello! We started our Winter in the Woods preschool theme this week and had a great time learning about hedgehogs with these awesome Hedgehog Activities for Toddlers & […]
I haven’t shared an entire day of Mother Goose Time lately, so this post is of course a bit overdue. Today was all about Pipes & Plumbers and we definitely had lots of fun learning about both. We started with the Pipe Sculpture activity.
One of our favorite activities this week was the Robot Tinkering invitation to create. The new process art experiences from Mother Goose Time always exceed my expectations and this one was definitely no exception. The skills listed for this activity were Shapes (16.2) and Logic (20.1).
The little guy and I had lots of fun working on an Upcycle Collage invitation to create process art experience, except when it was all said and done, we didn’t end up making a collage after all. Whoa. Wait a sec! You mean, we made something, but didn’t actually make anything? Talk about an oxymoron, right?
We’ve been at home full-time for a few weeks now and we’re right where we should be for the month with Mother Goose Time. Yay! It’s all kinds of awesome to finally be doing things in real time. It used to be that we’d do lots of stuff on the weekends and hardly anything during the week.
There are quite a few things that we can always look forward to from Mother Goose Time. Each month, we get a couple of letter cookie cutters, 2 sets of manipulatives, and a storybook. We also get letter cards for the letter that we’re focusing on for the month. Today, I thought I’d share a few ideas for using some of this stuff.
We’ve been having so much fun with the invitation to create activities from Mother Goose Time. It used to be that we never skipped a tray play activity. These days, we’ve been making a point of doing each and every one of the invitation to create experiences. Yep, they’re that awesome!