I often tell parents that even 5-minutes of present play a day can make an impact on language development. It’s … More
I currently have a toddler that loves to jump from activity to activity because the world is her oyster! At least for this age it definitely seems that way! Her senses are growing and integrating constantly, so exposure to different textures, smells, sounds, etc. are not only fun they are IMPORTANT!
Not to mention that teaching new vocabulary related to events we experience during seasons can be a great way to generalize new words across all sorts of environments! With that being said I respect that parents are busier than ever before. These bins are not only super simple to make, but they can be sealed up and stacked on top of each other almost like puzzles! Your child can play with them for days or weeks for expanding learning!
We are VERBS! Constantly growing (and sometimes shrinking), learning, living, and moving. Full of opportunities to constantly look at ourselves as human BEINGS. What you are right now is always changing…if you’re kind to yourself! Tips for teaching our children the same
No…I’m not talking about what you think! But I am a huge believer that plants are incredibly beneficial to our health mentally, physically, and spiritually. You can see seven ways how here! When we moved from San Diego one of the things, I missed most was the seamless indoor/outdoor living. Now that we live in the city, I have had to get creative with how I can get my fix! So, here are 8 ways to incorporate some Plant Medicine into your daily living, that are sure to help you GROW.