Wash the Farm: Fruits and Vegetables Sensory Play for Preschoolers

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preschool sensory play with fruits and vegetables

My children love fruits and vegetables, especially if they’re fresh from the farm. Maeve enjoys playing in water, so I decided to combine some sensory play with a discussion of fruits and vegetables. Scrub the Fruits and Vegetables Sensory Play Materials Needed: Plastic Fruits and Vegetables (like for a play kitchen) Access to the kitchen […]

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Celebrating a Better Solution for Nighttime Dryness with GoodNites* TRU-FIT* Real Underwear

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#TRUFITWALMART Twitter Party

A few weeks ago, my sweet son Adam saw his name on a box that came in the mail from GoodNites* TRU-FIT*. I told him that we were going to try something new from our friends at GoodNites®, to replace his ‘nighttime underwear’. (We’re managing bedwetting here, along with juggling babies,toddlers and teenagers) Adam was […]

Family Friendly Loaded Mashed Potato Casserole

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loaded mashed potato casserole

This is a guest post from my friend Janine at True Aim Education. What’s better than mashed potatoes?     Make ahead mashed potatoes loaded with all your favorite toppings is MUCH better! It’s like heaven in a pan. Perfect for BBQs, potlucks, breakfast, lunch, and dinner – here’s my recipe for loaded mashed potato […]

Paper Plate Apple Craft – Perfect for Toddlers and Preschoolers!

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Paper Plate Apple Craft for Preschool and Toddlers #playfulpreschool

Summer in Kentucky is drawing to a close and we’re gearing up for fall around here. We’re planning a trip to an apple orchard for the first time this year, so we’re busy learning about apples and having fun with preschool apple crafts. To get ready for our trip, we planned a fun day of […]

Teaching Our Kids Kindness

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5 practical tips for teaching kids to be kind

Being a homeschooling mother means being responsible for the bulk of my children’s formal education. Reading with my wiggly boys and teaching my sanguine child math are all my responsibility. But what about their social development? How do we teach our children to be kind to others? 1. Catch Them Being Good I read somewhere […]