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An astoundingly simple way to increase outdoor play
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Radio Flyer. The opinions and text are all mine. As a child, I remember roaming around my parents’ wooded backyard, enjoying nature and exploring what it had to offer. And then one day as I was digging in the dirt, I found an arrowhead. […]
Here are the best art projects to teach toddler body parts
Through singing songs and silly faces, I introduced Jenn, Emma, and Rhett to the different parts of the face while breastfeeding each day. So from around 9 months old I started teaching them about the parts of the body and it was their official introduction to our tot school theme about body parts and bodily functions. This […]
How to spark a love of nature with this nature scavenger hunt slime
After a long winter, sometimes getting the kids re-engaged into the outdoors can be difficult. Or maybe even nature-loving kids don’t want to get out into the heat. Regardless of how old or why a child doesn’t like going outside, there are always fun ways to get kids to spend time in fresh air and […]
Mixing slime with outdoor play: how to dye it with berries
The joke growing up was that my brother didn’t know how to climb a tree until we moved into a house with a mulberry tree. And there we found him, 15 feet off the ground munching on plump, delicious mulberries. I remember every summer our sidewalks, our cars, and our windshields would be stained a […]