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DIY Cardboard Service Station

I’ve made a few different cardboard DIYS over the past few years, and this is for sure one of my faves. All I used was: -cardbard -scissors -excacto knive -hot glue -markers One thing you should know about any activity/craft/DIY I make… it’s only worthwhile to me if the kids actually spend more time playing…

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Gingerbread Play Dough

It’s that time of year! The twinkling lights, the music playing in the stores, snuggling up on the couch to watch holiday-themed movies, the treats. . . I saved the best for last; treats! I have so many fond memories of making and decorating cookies from when I was young. And now it’s something I…

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15 easy ways to play with Pompoms

Go grab yourself a bag of pompoms from the dollar store, the craft store, or wherever, because I have 15 super easy ways you can incorporate pompoms into easy, play-based learning activities for your little one. (Just keep in mind the small pompoms would be a choking hazard for very young children- please supervise them!)…

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Our Daily Home Daycare Routine

Routines and rituals are important to children. You probably already have certain routines in place for your child at home when it comes to different parts of your day. Take bedtime for example; bath, put on pyjamas, brush teeth, read a book, say goodnight. Chances are if you were to miss any of these things…

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