St. Patrick’s Day Activity Supply MUST HAVES

shamrock st. patricks day supplies

Foam, adhesive back shamrocks Green pom poms of all sorts of shapes, sizes and textures for math and sorting activities and a sensory bin Shamrock cookie cutters for play dough and cookies Shamrock silicone molds for melting crayons Gold coins for sensory bins and counting activities Green and Gold Confetti for sensory bins Lime Jello [Read On]

St. Patrick’s Day – Making Green

St. Patricks Day Toddler and Preschool Activity 6

What better occasion to play with colors than on St. Patrick’s Day, a day celebrated around the world and not just in Ireland? I happen to be Irish so the holiday ties right into many aspects of family life and learning. There are a few legends around the official color of the holiday, one being [Read On]

St. Patrick’s Day Preschool Counting Activity


This one is pretty simple. I love the holidays! Makes for fun, festive lessons! I borrowed this counting chart from Confessions of a Homeschooler. Present the activity by explaining the sheet, count to ten (or how high you chose to go to) and then describing the items in the Leprechaun hat one by one. I [Read On]

5 Tips & Activities for Teaching Kids about Money

It is never too early to start applying lessons about financial responsibility. These tips on teaching spending responsibility may just do the trick for your younger children. Have fun & good luck! 1. Keep the Change: One of my memories as a young child was my mother giving me a dollar or two for the [Read On]

Presidents Day Activities

letter p presidents day

I am so excited for this weekend. I have many activities planned for my boys. Like you, I jump at the opportunity to teach my children. Special occasions and holidays allow for this sort of learning and work well because the learning is holistic. You can weave in many basic concepts while teaching a far [Read On]

Homemade Puff Paint – Kids Sensory Activity

Homemade Puffy Paint Preschool Art Activity

This sensory activity was a blast. One part shaving cream, one part glue, add a little color and you’re golden! Your child can help mix the ingredients (and you can throw in a little math lesson while you are at it!). We added a little blue and a little green coloring to give us two [Read On]