My grandson loves his cars and trucks so I thought I would introduce him to a simple version of ramps and cars this week. I started by making a simple toddler-sized ramp that he could easily explore.
A beautiful set of six peekaboo lock boxes from Guidecraft! Check out the review and see how you can enter to win a set too!
Exploring snow at home with a toddler may look a little different than what happens in the preschool classroom but the opportunity is much the same.
Remarkable learning is happening through ordinary play but we can often miss it. See how to foster the remarkable through ordinary play.
Wooden puzzle pieces make a wonderful game when you add a Kleenex box!
Make your own magnet board for home or for your early childhood classroom! See this post to learn how!
See what the experts had to say on Bam Radio about how to address biting in the early childhood classroom.
Going on an alphabet scavenger hunt in the kitchen can lead to all sorts of toddler play and learning!
Tray play is a simple but interactive way to play with young toddlers.
A round up of DIY board books for young children.
Having fun exploring our DIY Toddler Block Board Book!
Make your own toddler blank board open-close or turn-around board books!
A simple DIY toddler tube for all kinds of toddler play!
An artist needs to know his tools before he is ready to create!
See these tips for exploring the reading experience with your toddler.
There are so many types of toddler development going on with time spent in a little water play!
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