Felt Letter Tracing Activity

While the kids are learning at home, letter tracing has endless possibilities! DIY can be fun, but it is even more rewarding when your child can learn new concepts from it. I have two little ones who are excited about learning. It is super important to take advantage of their enthusiasm. Letter tracing is a great way for to kids to learn letter concepts and composition! I was inspired by Montessori sandpaper letters. The texture of sandpaper…

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DIY Pool Noodle Lightsaber

A pool noodle lightsaber is an inexpensive and injury free way for them to act out a Star Wars duel. The kids enjoy watching Star Wars, but they prefer to experience it. They love exploring Galaxy’s Edge at Hollywood Studios! We grabbed a pricey souvenir lightsaber from Tatooine Traders at Hollywood Studios in November (don’t judge, we’ll never grow up) and our son made a custom saber at Savi’s Workshop. While these were impressive and worth…

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5 Helpful Tips for Any DIY Project

Since we have been spending so much time at home, we’ve been working on a lot of projects that need some attention. After finishing major construction on our house last year, lots of small projects still remain. We don’t have any decor on the walls, some trim and doors need painted, and our bare yard needs some landscaping. These 5 helpful tips for any DIY project help to ensure success and make it more likely…

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10 Things Around the House Kids Want to Play With

Save your money because there are plenty of things around the house kids want to play with. You know every parent has some version of the same story. Their kid asks for an expensive gift. Someone buys the expensive gift. Kid is more interested in the twisty-ties holding it in the box. While my husband was away on business a while ago, he sent a fun gift for the kids. While our son enjoyed the…

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