Watercolor with Droppers: A Fine Motor Activity for Toddlers

Watercolor with Droppers: A Fine Motor Activity for Toddlers

With just water, food coloring, a paper towel, and a dropper, you can have a creative and stimulating activity for your toddler! This dropper art activity is such a simple craft project to do on a rainy day (or any day, really) to entertain your busy toddler while also making it a learning experience! This…

Painting Ice: A “Cool” Sensory Activity for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Painting Ice: A “Cool” Sensory Activity for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Painting ice? It may sound weird, but this is such a fun activity for your toddlers to do! Whether it’s a snow day or just a regular Saturday, this project will not only keep your toddler entertained (for at least a few minutes :D), but it is also sensory play that will encourage your little…

“Lovely” Sensory Fun: Valentine’s Day Art for Toddlers

“Lovely” Sensory Fun: Valentine’s Day Art for Toddlers

Ever since having Remy in our lives, holidays have gotten a lot more fun! Not only am I super excited to see his reaction to everything, such as food, lights, and decorations, but now I get to involve him in the arts and crafts project leading up to the holiday. Since Valentine’s day is right…

DIY Sensory Abstract Artwork – So Easy A Baby Can Do It!

DIY Sensory Abstract Artwork – So Easy A Baby Can Do It!

Now that Remy is almost 10 months old, I’m always looking for activities for him to do that allows him to explore with his senses. Sensory activities are important since they engage the senses: seeing, feeling, tasting, listening, and smelling. This allows your little one to experience the world around them and start to understand…