Gratitude is a value that can never be taught too early. Grateful children (and grateful adults!) are happier, more well-rounded, and more ready to deal with obstacles that come their way. This article gives parents a list of 10 activities that present the idea of gratitude to kids in approachable and fun ways.
If you’re nervous about your preschooler making friends, here are a few constants you can look to when it comes to preschoolers making friends and some suggestions on how you can help them develop these very special bonds.
We scoured the internet to find the best (and easiest) gifts that your kids can make for others. Not only is it an affordable way to show someone you care, but it also gives you a chance to make memories with your kids!
Who doesn’t love a yummy snack to make after school or on the weekend? Plus, who doesn’t love incorporating this month’s curriculum theme into that snack? If you answered yes to either of those questions, we have the perfect activity for you and your kiddos!
With this month’s curriculum theme “Heart Healthy Lifestyle”, Little Sunshine’s wanted to share a great recipe for frozen yogurt popsicles! This activity is also a great way for your child to use their fine motor skills to put everything together to make these delicious smooth pops.
To help foster a love of music and appreciation for dance, there are several fun projects and activities you can do at home with your child! You can simply get some kitchen items together (such as pans, Tupperware and spoons) and make yourself a family band.