Rachel Bezant
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With some playdough, menus, pads to take orders, etc. this would be a wonderful dramatic play More

With some playdough, menus, pads to take orders, etc. this would be a wonderful dramatic play More

It's March and that means another birthday celebration. This month let's learn about Michelangelo with these fun learning ideas for kids. Michelangelo was a Renaissance sculptor, painter, architect, and poet. He studied fresco painting before studying at the Medici School and becoming a scu

It's March and that means another birthday celebration. This month let's learn about Michelangelo with these fun learning ideas for kids. Michelangelo was a Renaissance sculptor, painter, architect, and poet. He studied fresco painting before studying at the Medici School and becoming a scu

Glue drawing adds a third dimension to the art of drawing. This project can be made easy or intense and can be easily adapted to any age or skill level.

Glue drawing adds a third dimension to the art of drawing. This project can be made easy or intense and can be easily adapted to any age or skill level.

Farm Kids Yoga | Kids Yoga Stories - Yoga Books, Yoga Cards, and Yoga Poses for Kids

Farm Kids Yoga | Kids Yoga Stories - Yoga Books, Yoga Cards, and Yoga Poses for Kids

Pretend play is an important part of childhood. This dramatic play milking the cow activity is perfect for a farm theme for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners. They will learn how farmers milk their cows and will be practicing their fine motor skills.

Pretend play is an important part of childhood. This dramatic play milking the cow activity is perfect for a farm theme for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners. They will learn how farmers milk their cows and will be practicing their fine motor skills.

Chain Link Fence Yarn-Bombing! This is what I could do with that section of useless fending on the side of the house until I can actually dig it out.

Chain Link Fence Yarn-Bombing! This is what I could do with that section of useless fending on the side of the house until I can actually dig it out.