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Fun Dr. Seuss Activities

Here are some fun Dr. Seuss activities to celebrate Read Across America Day on March 2nd! This list features crafts, snacks, and lots of playtime fun! Most of these Dr. Seuss activities use recycled materials or other common household items you probably already have on-hand. Yay for simple, frugal, and fun learning activities!! Fun Dr. Seuss […]

Dr. Seuss Snacks!

These Dr. Seuss snacks are super easy to prepare and are candy-free! We are celebrating all things Dr. Seuss this week in anticipation of Read Across America Day and Dr. Seuss Day (March 2nd). Here are some simple ways to make snack time a little more fun and festive — Dr. Seuss style! Some of […]

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!

Dr. Seuss’ birthday is March 2nd (also known as Read Across America Day), and here are some of our favorite ways to celebrate with crafts, activities, and play time fun! Most of these Dr. Seuss crafts use recycled materials or other common household items you probably already have on-hand. Yay for simple, frugal, and fun […]

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss – Lorax Craft

The month of March brings so many FUN things to celebrate — National Craft Month, March 2nd is Read Across America Day AND it is also Dr. Seuss’s birthday, just to name a few!!! Emily is a huge fan of Dr. Seuss, and has been waiting a long time to celebrate his birthday. One of our favorite books […]

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!

Some of my readers requested crafts that use up empty oatmeal canisters, so I thought this was a great way to incorporate them into a craft and a Dr. Seuss theme day. To make your own Cat-in-the-Hat hat, you will need an empty oatmeal canister, a paper plate, and some paints (we used Crayola Washable […]

Children’s Books About Eggs For Easter

Easter is coming and so are Easter Eggs!  One thing we love to do is pair books with our holidays to start celebrating early.  When it comes to Easter, there is no shortage of Easter Books for Kids.  Especially fun is to tie in books that are about Eggs or involve Eggs surrounding your Easter […]

50 Fun Things To Do With Your First Grader At Home

Parenting during the coronavirus pandemic is difficult, especially if you are under home quarantine. Many of you have reached out asking for ideas on things to do with your first grader at home. Here are our favorite resources for creative stay-at-home activities, and lots of learning fun too! We use common household items you probably […]

50 Fun Things To Do With Your Kindergartener At Home

Hello, friends, I know times are uncertain and many are facing difficult decisions. Many of you have reached out asking for ideas about what to do with your kindergartener at home. Here are our favorite resources for creative stay-at-home activities, and lots of learning fun too! We use common household items you probably already have […]

Things To Do With Your Toddler At Home

Hello, friends, I know times are uncertain and many are facing difficult decisions. Many of you have reached out asking for ideas about what to do with your toddler while staying home. Here are our favorite resources for creative stay-at-home activities, and lots of learning fun too. We use common household items you probably already […]

Candy Apple Bar – an easy DIY party treat

This DIY candy apple bar is so simple and quick to prepare! You probably already have everything you need in your pantry. You can easily whip up this candy apple bar in just a few minutes! It would be a great treat for a last-minute party. As an added bonus, no baking is required! To […]

DIY Family Gift Idea – Puzzle of the Month

Disclosure: I am sharing this diy family gift idea courtesy of my friends at Melissa & Doug. All opinions are my own. Here is a great DIY family gift idea that fosters plenty of quality time together! This Family Puzzle of the Month Club can be customized for the family’s interests and skill levels. How […]

Sandwich Making Station

Disclosure: I’m sharing #Tide in my life as part of a Tide sponsored series for Socialstars™. All opinions are my own. An easy way to encourage kids to be independent is to give them more responsibilities. Why not start them off on the road to independence with making part of their own lunches? This sandwich […]

Easter Bunny Snack for Kids

Looking for ideas for cute Easter food for kids? This Easter bunny snack is super quick and easy to make! These would be fun to add to a child’s lunchbox, or to make for a simple after school snack. My six year old thought they were adorable! Wouldn’t these be the perfect kid snack to enjoy after […]

How to Make Banana Sushi

Here is a simple tutorial for how to make banana sushi! This makes a great after school snack for kids, and it can be put together very quickly. This banana sushi has become one of our favorite go-to snacks whenever we have a busy evening planned with after school activities. Added bonus — kids could […]

Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

This craft and writing activity inspired by the Dr. Seuss book Oh, The Places You’ll Go! was a big hit with my kids! They both enjoyed crafting up their own mini suitcases from brown paper lunch bags. Later, they added index cards to draw pictures and outline some of the details for upcoming adventures they […]

Cardboard Roll Craft: Truffula Tree Pencil Toppers

A few days ago, I asked our lovely readers on our Facebook page to help us with a quick survey asking which material they would like us to use in our next crafty project — cardboard rolls, egg cartons, or newspaper. It was a close race, but the winner was cardboard rolls!! With Dr. Seuss […]

I’m Over at Melissa & Doug’s Blog!

Are you doing anything special to celebrate Dr. Seuss Day?? I’m guest posting over at Melissa & Doug’s Blog today to show how we created a “Speck” Discovery Lab inspired by the book Horton Hears a Who.   It’s fun, educational, and very frugal! Have fun!!