No Non-cents Nanna

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Grinch Takes More Than an Inch of My Gratitude!

OMG! Short green guy is stealing my trash! He is a Grinch!

OMG! Short green guy is stealing my trash! He is a Grinch!

This Grinch Takes More Than an Inch of My Gratitude!

First, I caught him taking my garbage out the door. “Just helping out” said the Grinch.

He seems like a decent guy. I should be grateful, so I gave him an inch.

Should I have believed this short green guy with a Trump hair cut was not stealing me blind?

I let the Grinch stay over night.  READ MORE

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Dinosaur Sensory Play Box from Heart Felt Play Store

Exploring all things dinosaurs seems to be most pre-K to early elementary kids favorite learning theme.

That is why the No Non-cents Nanna includes lots of dinosaurs pieces parts in her  Heart Felt Play Store Collections. See the Pinterest Board: Sensory Activites Paying Attention  and Dino Dig on Pinterest. Now by special request using the Contact Form on any Heart Felt Play Store Catalog page.

Heart Felt Play Store’s DINOSAURs grew BIGGER! We now have Pterodactyl Wings and Dinosaur/ Dragon wings and tail set. READ MORE

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Farm Sensory Play Boxes for Kids from Heart Felt Play Store

Sensory Play with oam farm animal stickers on a craft stick. 4 year old stands up sticks in a re-purposed styrofoam sheet. then store in a cardboard barn treat box. #SesnoryPlay #farm

Sensory Play with foam farm animal stickers on a craft stick. 4 year old stands up sticks in a re-purposed styrofoam sheet. then store in a cardboard barn treat box. #SesnoryPlay #farm

Farm animals are so much fun to learn about.No Non-cents Nanna loves to gather farm animals for sensory play boxes and busy bags.

Those of us who are interested in stimulating the minds of young children, like me, the No Non-cents Nanna’s Heart Felt Play Store collections will keep kids focused on learning

Why Sensory Play is important to a child’s learning experience?

Simply stated, the more senses used when learning new skills the more likely it is to retain the information. READ MORE

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