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Emotions Match Clip Cards

This activity is a fun way for helping children learn to recognize different emotional expressions! {This printable can be purchased in my shop. Thank you for your support!} Kids don’t always understand why they feel the way they do and often, these emotions can be a lot for them to handle. Emotions are a big… 

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Fish and Fishbowls Upper and Lower Case Letter Match

Getting ready to teach your little ones the alphabet? This printable upper and lower case letter matching activity is a fun way to work on letter recognition with your kids! {This printable can be purchased in my shop. Thank you for your support!} These colorful fish are looking for their fishbowls! Kids can match the… 

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Fish Alphabet Upper & Lower Case Letter Find Worksheets

Looking for a fun way to keep kids excited about learning letters? These pages will give your child some extra practice with letter recognition while coloring the adorable fish in the sea! {This printable can be purchased in my shop. Thank you for your support!} When I was little I loved simple and fun worksheets…. 

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Date, Cacao & Puffed Quinoa Bites

These date, cacao & puffed quinoa bites are really easy to make and taste delicious! I’m a big fan of no-bake snacks, that are quick to prepare. We’ve been ‘obsessed’ with these for a few months now, that’s why I simply have to share this recipe with you. What I really love about these date,… 

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Rainy Day – Count and Match #1-12

Preschoolers will love this rainy day printable number matching game! This activity is excellent for number recognition, learning to count, practice and one to one correspondence. {This printable can be purchased in my shop. Thank you for your support!}   The printable PDF includes 24 cards: 12 clouds with raindrops and 12 children. To PREP:… 

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Creating with Nature

There are many reasons kids should play outside, from running freely to making a mess without worrying about dirtying the house. Nature is also a great source of material for play and creative projects! This post contains affiliate links My daughter loves to collect bits of nature while we’re playing in the park and I’m… 

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Sand Fairy Garden and Enchanted Clay Houses

Make you own sand fairy garden, including colorful clay fairy houses. This whimsical sand fairy garden will offer kids a mini playspace of their own! The opportunities for customization and imaginative play are endless! My daughter loves anything fairy and magic related, that’s why I knew this project would be perfect for us to do… 

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Hot Air Balloons and Animals – Beginning Letter Sound Match

This beginning sound game gives kids some fun practice with learning to identify beginning sounds. With cute animals and colorful hot air balloons, it is sure to be a hit for any child working on this skill! {This printable can be purchased in my shop. Thank you for your support!} The hot air balloons are… 

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Birds and Houses Upper and Lower Case Letter Match

Looking for a fun and hands-on way to teach upper and lower case letters? Then this is a fun activity to help your little ones learn! {This printable can be purchased in my shop. Thank you for your support!} My 5 year old daughter has been eager to learn to read lately. She knows how… 

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Trolls inspired Hair Clips

Does your little one love Trolls? Check out this simple tutorial and transform plain classic hair clips into FUN and colorful Trolls hair clips, inspired by the Trolls movie! INSTRUCTIONS First, sketch a shape of a troll’s head on a craft foam sheet and cut it out with scissors. You can make a simple template… 

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Painted Twig Raft Boat

Make an adorable painted twig raft boat this spring or summer! it’s a fun and easy project to do with kids, using mostly natural materials you can find on a walk in the nature, in the garden or at home. Little ones can help you personalize it and really make it their own, while older… 

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