I’m so excited to begin my Cricut crafting journey, and I hope you will come along with me! This is all about expressing myself in new ways and letting that creative side of me out to play.
DIY & Crafts:
Pom Pom Color Sorting Activity Idea (with Tweezers for Fine Motor Practice)
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.
DIY Postcard Activity: A Fun, Simple Craft for Toddlers
Get out your crayons, tempera paint sticks, colored pencils, stamps, and stickers for a fun, DIY postcard activity!
The BEST DIY Foaming Hand Soap Recipe with Essential Oils (Pumpkin Spice Included!)
Are you interested in making your own foaming hand soap with essential oils? Good news: it’s easier than you probably imagined. This DIY foaming soap recipe with Castile soap and essential oils is as easy as mixing the ingredients and putting them in a soap dispenser. No heating, no cooling, no tempering – just mix and enjoy.
Your Ultimate Guide to Preschool Busy Bags (15 Activity Ideas Included!)
Preschool busy bags have been a lifesaver for me as a homeschooler. What’s all the hype about?
How to Throw a Princess-Themed Birthday Party
Ready to throw a princess-themed birthday party? Get some ideas for princess invitations, a lunch menu straight from Cinderella’s Castle, cake design, party favor bags, simple decor, and more!
Cheap or Free Lovevery Alternatives (+ DIY Toy Ideas)
The Lovevery Play Kits are phenomenal resources for parents, but are they worth the money? Read on to hear a stay-at-home mama’s perspective.
17 Fun Activities to Laminate for Babies, Toddlers, and Preschoolers
Making educational activities at home is not only fun, but it’s a huge money-saver. Once you invest in a laminator – and it doesn’t cost much – you’ll be able to create dozens of fun learning projects. Here are 17 of our favorite laminating activities for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and beyond.
Alphabet Matching Printable – Montessori Letter Order
Teach your preschooler the alphabet with this fun, free printable! Practice matching the upper and lowercase letters. This printable is ideal for laminating and reusing, and it’s developed using a classic Montessori letter order. An alphabetical, A to Z version is also available.
DIY Black and White Contrast Cards for Babies (Free Printable)
You can start using black and white contrast cards with babies from Day 1 to encourage growth and vision development. Here’s a free printable so you can create your own!