Encouraging Independent Quiet Time

My seeker has a hard time taking naps. Instead of forcing him to lay down and watching an hour meltdown,

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Dinosaur Sensory Bin

Due to the nasty winter weather lately, we’ve been resorting to making sensory bins to help Jack get the sensory

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Sparky: Can a Two Year Old Actually Play this Game?

Have you ever bought a game marketed for toddlers only to find out that it was either too advanced or

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Snow Day Sensory Activities

Having to stay indoors due to freezing temperatures is tough on most families. Children need activity and stimuli. Kids with

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Sensory Bins for Kids with Sensory Processing Disorder

We found out a few months ago that our two year old has Sensory Processing Disorder. I’ve been doing a ton

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Teach Color Identification with this Free Printable!

I’ve been spending the last few months working on a curriculum for my 2 year old. I have found that

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Kick the Cup: Combining Gross Motor & Early Literacy

My two  year old son is what one would call a gross motor kid. He is always moving and loves

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Peter’s Chair: Parent Guide to Reading Aloud

Peter’s Chair by Ezra Jack Keats Parent Information In many stories, a character often has a problem that he or

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Toddler Bedtime Book Review and Craft Activity: “Close Your Eyes”

My 2-year-old has hit yet another sleep regression. Although he’s been “sleep-trained” since 5 months, suddenly needs¬†rocked to sleep again.

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Board Books about Dads

With Father’s Day just around the corner, I thought I would do a quick post about the importance of dads.

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