There’s something magical about theme-based learning! When a child discovers something they want to learn more about, thematic learning allows us as the parents or educators to dive deep on that topic with them, investigating and exploring as we go. When our little boy was younger, he became quite fascinated by construction vehicles. He had
As soon as we found our new home, I knew I would be building the kids a new bigger mud kitchen that would allow all three of them to play alongside one another but still have plenty of individual space to do their own thing. Outdoor play is something that Casey and I both hold
Whether you’ve been following along for a little while or a long while, you probably know that I am a HUGE fan of Dramatic Play! I absolutely love setting up inviting spaces for my little learners that encourage them to develop their literacy skills, numeracy skills and social skills all through play. This week I’d
Play dough is one of our go-to activities for little learners of all ages. Not only is it a really exciting sensory activity, it’s also a fantastic way to develop fine motor skills and strengthen the muscles in our fingers. This week I’d like to share one of my absolute favourite play dough activities which
Learn how we hacked the Kmart cubby house for our toddler and preschooler! It was so easy and fun!