If you have a 3, 4, or 5-year-old at home, be sure to download this free complete-the-pattern printable, which is ideal for laminating.
My daughter still had fun, don’t get me wrong, but I was personally a little disappointed. Here’s our experience with the Green Kid Crafts subscription box for ages 3-5.
My kids LOVE helping in the kitchen, even if it makes a recipe take twice as long (and the kitchen gets twice as dirty). We pulled up our kitchen helper and dug into our first Kidstir box. Here’s our experience using the Kidstir recipe cards with a 2 and 3.5-year-old.
Overall, I’m really happy with the alternatives for this particular play kit! There are some great choices here for the 31-33-month-old age range. If I had to recommend a couple of toys to get, I would go for the timer and the Hape puzzle.
This selection of 10 STEM activities will inspire you to get out some simple supplies and try something new this Valentine’s Day. Whether it’s stacking candy hearts or making towers out of jelly hearts and toothpicks, there’s something here that you can 100% accomplish with no sweat or tears.
If you’ve been wondering why in the world you should spend $90 on a block set when there are dirt cheap options on Amazon, I’m giving you 10 reasons.
If I had to pick and choose what Amazon alternatives to recommend from this set of Lovevery toys, I’d go for the peg puzzle and tea set. Get all of the Amazon alternatives and price comparisons here!
Do you really need the Benedykt and Sylvester Montessori subscription box? No. But is it nice to have? Definitely. Here’s why.
Which vitamins for kids are the best? Here’s my in-depth review of First Day gummy vitamins, designed for kids ages 3+.
Looking for simple home learning activities for your toddler ages 1-4? This pom pom color sorting activity is probably one of my favorite DIY fine motor activities.