sensory play, Winter Play

Valentine’s Day Playdough 3 ways!

Playdough is a go-to activity for us all year round. It is perfect with a tray of loose parts and cookie cutters with custom colours to go with every season or holiday! If you haven't made your own play dough yet you need to check out our cooked play dough recipe here! It turns out… Continue reading Valentine’s Day Playdough 3 ways!

Uncategorized

Valentine’s Day Countdown: 14 Days of Valentine’s Play!

Our Playful Holiday Advent Calendar was such a hit with the kids, so I knew we needed to recreate it for Valentine's Day! They loved the idea of opening up a surprise activity every day, and I loved the idea of having 24 days of activities ready to go! For our playful Holiday Advent Calendar,… Continue reading Valentine’s Day Countdown: 14 Days of Valentine’s Play!

Fall Play, Uncategorized

7 Easy Halloween Play Ideas

7 easy activities to inspire some Halloween Fun! *This post contains affiliate links* 1. Ice Monsters This one was a huuuge hit with my 3 year old! The ice Monsters are just food colouring, water and googly eyes frozen in an ice tray, super simple to make! For this set up, I chose to mix… Continue reading 7 Easy Halloween Play Ideas

Spring Play

8 Activities Using Plastic Easter Eggs!!

1. Water Play All you need is plastic Easter Eggs, water and a couple kitchen Utensils for an easy and engaging water play set up!  The Eggs are such a fun addition, they float and bob around, they are perfect for scooping up with a ladle or large spoon, split open they can be used… Continue reading 8 Activities Using Plastic Easter Eggs!!

Everyday Play, Winter Play

3 Ways To Play Using One Set of Loose Parts!

When it comes to planning activities and invitations to play, you don't have to re-invent the wheel every single time just to keep your little ones engaged.  In fact, children can actually benefit from repeated exposure or revisiting the same materials in a variety of ways.  Today I wanted to show you how I used… Continue reading 3 Ways To Play Using One Set of Loose Parts!