Why I believe children need to have a toy to hug goes back to when…
…I was very young I could not sleep. I was often cold and hungry.
My parents worked very hard and had little time for the non-sense of a little girl who constantly begged for input.
So I would get out of the bed that I shared with my sister and my dolly, Pinky, in the scary darkness of night.
How many times have you sat in waiting room and sat some more with bored kids?
Personally, I don’t care to recall how many times we have had to play the Waiting Game. I will guess you have been there and done that too many times too.
A friend of mine was going over the products I sell from my business when a light bulb came on in his head- he has an 11 year old boy-
Before you spend a fortune on Halloween costumes this year consider putting together your own costumes just for fun and save money.
In this post is my quick no -frills-video i share a few of the items I am boxing up to take to my friend’s local Resale Shop- so my e-commerce store’s close out on my hand crafted items that were on display can be sold at a public place to families who need to go cheap this Halloween.
What is big deal and why is sensory play important to how children learn? And, what is a Busy Bag or a Busy Box? This post will explain along with 100 things to use for sensory play to put collections of bags and boxes for children to play and learn.
We all can name the 5 senses: sight, smell, sound, taste and touch. Assuming our bodies are functioning well, the more senses that the be incorporated into our learning experience the more quickly we grasp and retain a subject.This concept is particularly true wit how children learn-with their senses