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.
Traveling is a pain, and packing is the worst of all. Download this family packing list to make sure you don’t forget anything essential!
Get out your crayons, tempera paint sticks, colored pencils, stamps, and stickers for a fun, DIY postcard activity!
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.
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.
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!
This Preschool Pattern activity fits perfectly into a busy bag and is a fun way to practice patterns with your preschooler!
From star-spangled sugar cookies to a 4th of July scavenger hunt, here are 10 unique crafts and activities to do with your kids on Independence Day.
Experts say young children need to hear about 21,000 per day. These flashcards are a great help in ensuring my baby hears new and familiar words often. Plus, seeing the corresponding image helps reinforce what the word represents. Download these free flashcards today!
This free cupcake counting printable is sure to engage all our cupcake loving fans—no real sprinkles required!