Easy Paper Tunnels for Little Car Lovers - Mama.Papa.Bubba.
Easy Paper Tunnels for Little Car Lovers | Mama.Papa.Bubba.
Sometimes the very simplest things turn out to be the biggest hits, don’t they? Take these insanely easy paper tunnels for example… A totally random idea, thrown together on the spot, and yet Sam just loves them. Do all little car lovers have a ‘thing’? I once nannied a little car lover who was obsessed…
7 Tips for Parenting an Active Toddler - Imperfectly Perfect Mama
Parenting advice for active toddlers. How can you handle an over-active toddler? Here are 7 parenting tips for your active toddler. #parenting #toddleractivities
If you read the words “active toddler” and wondered if that applied to your little one, let me save you some time. It doesn’t. However, if you read the term “active toddler,” snort-laughed, and thought something along the lines of “yeah, try toddlernado,” or “I hadn’t realized terrorizing the villagers was an activity” this post… →
Puzzle Hunt Sensory Bin
Puzzle Hunt Sensory Bin #puzzle #sensory #Kindergarten
Alphabet Puzzle Hunt Sensory Bin. Buchstaben erkennen. #Kleinkind #toddleractivity #sensorybin
15 Life Skills Kids Need Before They Leave Home
This list is priceless! Help kids thrive by teaching them these fifteen essential life skills. Nothing builds confidence more than the ability to be self-sufficient. Click to read more about these life skills for kids and download my free printable. #lifeskillsforkids
This list is priceless! These fifteen essential life skills for kids teach kids independence and self-sufficiency while also building confidence.
How to Teach Problem-Solving Skills to Kids (Ages 3-14)
Nurture your kids to focus on solutions, which will help them to come out with better possibilities in life instead of focusing on problems!#nurture #parenting #kids #focus #solutions #better #possibilities #life #problems
Whether it’s a toy-related conflict, a tough math equation, or negative peer pressure, kids of ALL ages face problems and challenges on a daily basis. As parents or teachers, we can’t always be there to solve every problem for our children. In fact, this isn’t OUR job. Our job is to TEACH our children how to solve problems for themselves. This way, they can become confident, independent, and successful individuals.