Instead of all those puzzle boxes taking up room, put them in pencil cases and use zip ties to sort them by size. Did this with my kids' puzzles. One for 24 piece puzzles and one for 100 piece puzzles ~ Brilliant!
Another pinner says: Mess Free Finger Painting! What an awesome idea! Paint in a ziploc bag taped over a piece of paper. Of course we'll have to REALLY finger paint sometimes, too, since getting messy is half the fun.
Looking for inexpensive materials for preschool,daycare, or homeschool? This huge list tells you not only what to buy at the dollar store, but also how to use those dollar store items effectively to t (Cool Crafts Dollar Stores)
True discipline isn't just punishing or rewarding behavior... "We TEACH them. That’s what the word Discipline actually means after all. But we also need to realize at the same time, that it may just take time, lots of feedback, and practise for them to learn these skills and positive behaviours. Patience is a virtue – and positive parents need a LOT of it!" #ParentingTipsNeeded
Avoid toddler meltdowns - how to handle when it's time to leave
Children under the age of three do not understand "no" in the way most parents think they do. (And, a full understanding of "no" doesn't occur magically when the child turns three. It is a developmental process.) "No" is an abstract concept that is in direct opposition to the developmental need of young children to explore their world and to develop their sense of autonomy.
Printable routine cards for kids. Great if you're looking for a visual schedule to use as a toddler routine or preschooler routine chart. Perfect for stay home moms who want to create a stay at home mom schedule or toddler schedule using printabl