Beaded Sticks

Work on fine motor skills, color recognition, patterns, and so much more with this fun outdoor activity for kids! The set up is super simple and the activity is always a hit with my boys.  If you follow my nature inspired Instagram account you have seen variations of this activity here and here. This time … Continue reading Beaded Sticks

6 Ways to Use an Earth Day Printable

Looking for fun ways to use an Earth Day printable? Here are 6 simple and creative ways to decorate the Earth this spring! Earth Day Playdough Mats With Earth Day right around the corner, we've been busy learning about all of the ways to keep our Earth beautiful. I decided to create these low prep Earth Day … Continue reading 6 Ways to Use an Earth Day Printable

Hands-On Ways to Retell “Room on the Broom”

Retell the story Room on the Broom with story stones and clothespin characters! Your child will love these hands-on activities. Recently I teamed up with four amazing bloggers to share crafts and activities to go along with the book Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson. I decided to focus on the skill of story retelling through sequencing. Story … Continue reading Hands-On Ways to Retell “Room on the Broom”

Four Flower Moon Activities for Kids

Many cultures have named the monthly full moon to help them keep track of the seasons. Teaching children these names is a great way to help them learn the unique qualities of each season and get them in touch with this special rhythm of nature. The Flower Moon is the name given to May's full … Continue reading Four Flower Moon Activities for Kids

Creating a Musical Forest

Get outside and make some noise! Here are four creative ways to add instruments to an outdoor setting.  Jingle Bell Geoboard We thought it would be fun to welcome spring by turning our yard into a musical forest! The jingle bell geoboard is the first instrument we made. All you have to do is tie … Continue reading Creating a Musical Forest