Having a box of art supplies on hand and ready for play enhances creativity in children…and adults! Open-ended art activities support fine motor development, creativity, and cognitive skills. It builds self-confidence and fosters a child’s sense of discovery.
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As part of the 21 Days of Contagious Gratitude for Thanksgiving that is being hosted by Mari at Inspired by Family Magazine, I had hoped to share something more unique and clever. But I just can’t get past this thought: I am thankful for my girls.
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Parents as Teachers is an organization that supports parents as the first and most important teacher in their child’s life. I was pleased to be invited to attend the PAT Conference for Early Childhood Professionals as a blogger and PAT program coordinator/parent educator. Many thanks to PAT for providing me the opportunity to attend . . . Read More: Parents as Teachers ~ Conference Highlights
These sweet little babies are adorable gifts and so easy. I will be making several to give to new parents in my program along with a bag of diapers. I would love to claim the idea but Pharma blog has a detailed post for creating these little people.
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Do you find yourself looking for ways to organize and store odds and ends without spending extra cash on containers? Repurposed containers work beautifully. I don’t feel guilty for throwing them out, using them saves money, and they can be spiffed up with a bit of paper and mod podge.
. . . Read More: DIY~ Repurpose Containers for Storage