• While this kindergarten activity may simply look like blowing water around a blue plastic block, it is so much more than that. This kindergarten activity explores what will happen when you blow an object from various areas around the object. Each of those areas represents a positional words that kids in kindergarten need to learn.… [Continue Reading]

    Kindergarten Activity-Exploring Positional Words
  • This week I have been sharing some of my favorite preschool activities with water on Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+. I didn’t want you to miss out on getting to see some of them. Here are 15 awesome preschool activities with water that I really love.  Each would be fun for preschooler, their older siblings, and… [Continue Reading]

    15 Awesome Preschool Activities with Water
  •   Sometimes science ideas like this one for watering flowing high and low come from a desire to understand a scientific concept. Sometimes science ideas come from seeing something in nature.  Sometimes science ideas come from an experiment you have seen done and remember you wanted to do them someday. Sometimes science ideas come from… [Continue Reading]

    Science Ideas- Water Flowing High and Low
  •   This week  I am sharing be water, water everywhere. Easy experiments and explorations with water will be shared here on the blog as well as on Pinterest, Facebook, and Google +. There will even be water related pictures shared on Instagram. I hope you will stop by each of these venues to check out them… [Continue Reading]

    Easy Experiments- Measuring Forms of Water
  •   We love exploring water and ice at our house, these cool experiments use both. We placed four animals from a  Safari Ltd Arctic TOOB into old applesauce cups with water and frozen them. The plan was to try to fish our animal icebergs out of a pan with yarn, a chopstick and one kitchen item.… [Continue Reading]

    Cool Science Experiments- Polar Ice Fishing

Kindergarten Activity-Exploring Positional Words

Kindergarten Activity Exploring Positional Words

While this kindergarten activity may simply look like blowing water around a blue plastic block, it is so much more than that. This kindergarten activity explores what will happen when you blow an object from various areas around the object. Each of those areas represents a positional words that kids in kindergarten need to learn. During this Continue Reading

15 Awesome Preschool Activities with Water

15 Awesome Preschool Activities with Water

This week I have been sharing some of my favorite preschool activities with water on Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+. I didn't want you to miss out on getting to see some of them. Here are 15 awesome preschool activities with water that I really love.  Each would be fun for preschooler, their older siblings, and even for their parents to explore Continue Reading

Science Ideas- Water Flowing High and Low

Science Ideas- Water Flowing High and Low

  Sometimes science ideas like this one for watering flowing high and low come from a desire to understand a scientific concept. Sometimes science ideas come from seeing something in nature.  Sometimes science ideas come from an experiment you have seen done and remember you wanted to do them someday. Sometimes science ideas come from going Continue Reading

Easy Experiments- Measuring Forms of Water

Easy Experiments- Measuring Forms of Water

  This week  I am sharing be water, water everywhere. Easy experiments and explorations with water will be shared here on the blog as well as on Pinterest, Facebook, and Google +. There will even be water related pictures shared on Instagram. I hope you will stop by each of these venues to check out them out. Some of the posts will be the Continue Reading

Cool Science Experiments- Polar Ice Fishing

Fun Science- Polar Ice Fishing

  We love exploring water and ice at our house, these cool experiments use both. We placed four animals from a  Safari Ltd Arctic TOOB into old applesauce cups with water and frozen them. The plan was to try to fish our animal icebergs out of a pan with yarn, a chopstick and one kitchen item. I had read that this experiment would work if Continue Reading

Fun for Kids: Ice Play- The Sunday Showcase

Fun for Kids: Ice Play ( The Sunday Showcase)

With the weather hot and steamy here in South Carolina, we have been looking for ways to keep cool. One of our favorite ways to play with water and ice. I looked through the amazing posts linked up on The Sunday Showcase for posts that  featured fun for kids with frozen water or ice play. I found several wonderful posts that will be fun for kids to Continue Reading

Popsicle Molds, a Recipe and a Giveaway

Popsicle Molds, A Recipe and A Giveaway

  This is a sponsored post. Although you can have a frozen ice pops all during the year, summer seems to be the most popular time to create and enjoy them. JDaniel’s kindergarten class had them several times before school got out. He would come home and tell me about the sugary ice pop he had enjoyed as a snack during recess. More times than Continue Reading

Healthy Recipes for Frozen Pops

Healthy Recipes for Frozen Pops

We have added some really cool silicone frozen pop tubes to our kitchen creation tools. (I will share more about them tomorrow.) While it has been fun creating our own recipes, I decided to search to find some tried and true healthy recipes online. I found a multitude of wonderful healthy recipes with a wide variety of ingredients in my search. Continue Reading

Dolch Sight Word Hopscotch

Dolch Sight Word Hopscotch

  Old school playground games are a wonderful way to work on a number of concepts with kids. Hopscotch is one of favorites so I thought I would share with you a wonderful way to work on learning to read and identifying Dolch sight words that uses hopscotch. The first thing you will need to do is draw a hopscotch board on your Continue Reading

Math Fun- Solar System Math Facts

Math Fun- Solar System Facts

Reviewing and learning math facts is not always considered math fun. This solar system game was created to tap into a child's love of space, a joy in bouncing and throwing balls, and a need to practice math facts. While we practiced basic addition facts with the math fun game, you could easily practice basic subtraction facts or even Continue Reading

Kids Activities With Sensory Learning

Kids Activities with Sensory Bins

  This round up shares kids activities that involve sensory bins that help children build on known concepts and explore learning some new concepts too. Each of these post share bin fillers that many of us may have at home already, are reasonable to purchase or could borrow from a friend. My son loves to explore and learn through kids Continue Reading