Category: Kids’ Corner

Build The Bond

Build The Bond

In the first few weeks with your newborn, navigating your new norm occupies most of the day. It may seem scary but, once you find the groove you will accept and learn to love this new pace. You will start to notice a pattern in […]

Valentine’s Day Themed Activities

Valentine’s Day Themed Activities

Looking to celebrate Valentine’s Day with some fun activities for your little ones? Then scroll down to see a list of some of our favorites! Cutting Hearts What You Need: construction paper scissors Cut a bunch of hearts out of construction paper and draw variations […]

Blog Contributors Wanted

Blog Contributors Wanted

Are you a blogger or know someone that might be interested?? What we’re looking for: Who? Local mom bloggers who love sharing their knowledge and expertise on topics that they know best! Check out our various categories above for examples of what we’re looking for. […]

Camping Sensory Bin

Camping Sensory Bin

Quick, small world camping theme set up based on the book “A Camping Spree with Mr. Magee” by Chris Van Dusen. What you need: Bin Kinetic Sand (or regular play sand) Rocks, pebbles, etc Shredded paper filler (blue to symbolize water) Small toys, figurines, etc. […]

Ocean Life Sensory Bin

Ocean Life Sensory Bin

Talk about a rainbow of colors!  I introduced this sensory bin to my daughter when she was 2.5 years old and she loved it. The colors and texture of the water beads fascinated her. She spend so much time exploring with her hands before she […]

Gardening Sensory Bin

Gardening Sensory Bin

 A perfect garden sensory bin for those little ones that love to play in the dirt! Quick and simple set up with minimal preparation required. What you need: Bin Uncooked black beans (or use real dirt!) Bug figurines Artificial (or real) flowers Gardening kit playset […]

Spring Themed Activities

Spring Themed Activities

Garden Sensory Bin Spring is in the air and what better way of welcoming the start of this sunny and bright season than with a few spring themed activities! Let’s start off with this fun (and simple) garden sensory bin:   What you need: Bin […]

The importance of Sensory Bins

The importance of Sensory Bins

“Play is the highest form of research.” — Albert Einstein   I first started doing sensory bins when my daughter was around two years old. I initially began researching ways to keep her learning and entertained at home but I wasn’t too familiar with sensory […]

Sponge Shapes

Sponge Shapes

This is another super simple and cheap activity for toddlers! What you need: Buy a pack of colorful sponges (Dollar store) and have fun cutting out shapes for your toddler to paint with. I thought it would take me longer to cut out the shapes but […]

Rainbow Fish Paper Plate Craft

Rainbow Fish Paper Plate Craft

I first did this activity when my daughter was 2 years old and she loved it! It is a great activity for keeping your little one busy and doesn’t take too many supplies or preparation.   What you need: Paper plates Coloured Paper Scissors Glue […]