When I started making felt book, or foam shapes, clay-doh crafts, I had not even thought of Blogging or showcasing my work... as I didn't even think (honestly) that it was even close to all those talented DIY moms' work out there on Pinterest and Instagram. But when I thought of sharing it on my... Continue Reading →
Summers are here and with them comes the school vacations, which means confused, bored, irritated kids at home who are house arrest in the noon times. Here are few no-preparation activities to keep them busy and occupied. Frozen Toys: Simply freeze any toy like mine loves dinosaur, so I usually freeze miniature dinosaurs in a... Continue Reading →
Balloons are loved by almost every kid and bring joy and smiles on face in any age group. Balloons are perfect for DIY Home Decor and fun learning with kids. If you have read my earlier posts, you would know how I involve my toddler in every thing I do these days and try to... Continue Reading →
Have you noticed your kid checking your temperature with a thermometer pretending to be a doctor or nurse? Pretend Play is very important is various aspects as it enhances development of Language, Imagination, Social and Emotional behavioral skills, Thinking and understanding of practical aspects.
Since my boy is totally into dinosaur, I also love and enjoy creating Dinosaur arts and crafts, and drafting fun activities for dinos. Here is a list of some of the interesting fun easy activities.
So I recently tried this Dinosaur Jumping Game, which is awesome fun and kept my hyperactive boy busy for almost an hour, that I got my cooking done in the meantime. Then I read about Sensory Play using Cloud Dough which is edible safe and great for motor and sensory learning.
Kidloland is an educational fun learning app that includes nursery rhymes, stories, color and shape, activities, puzzles, games etc. My 2.8 year old loves singing with Dinos and enjoys coloring the kites.
A baby brings so many changes in your life and lifestyle. We had stopped going out for dining or even a coffee over the weekends, for more than a year now. Take away or home delivery seems much more convenient option with a hyper active toddler, where everyone gets fed, at the least.