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Rub, Rub, Rub the Leaves!

Rub, Rub, Rub the Leaves!

Leaf rubbing is a great activity for kids preschool up to elementary-school-age. You can do it at home and it requires very little effort.

Your front yard, balcony or nearby park provides the most essential material-leaves. Your kids will love collecting the leaves, then discovering how different each leaf looks once you’ve rubbed it onto paper.

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Music enriches their Souls and Minds

Music enriches their Souls and Minds

Since I talked last time about music in the car I figured it would be a good idea to tell you about my favorite Sing-along-songs. I love when sing-a-long songs all have great messages for the listeners or at least teach them musical values. I feel like 50 Toddler Sing-Along Songs is perfect for children to listen to on long car rides or even to have on while they are playing outside.

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The Traveling Flower Maze

The Traveling Flower Maze

During the holiday months, children are often in the car for a considerable part of the time if your family travels for weekend trips or to visit family. During this time they are usually distracted with the technologies of car televisions, electronic game systems, or even mini-computers. Sometimes, these distractions are a good thing and can even be educational.

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Carving Your Niche

Carving Your Niche

Happy Halloween!

One of my family’s favorite Halloween traditions is pumpkin carving. It’s never easy for us to decide on a design. This year we’re planning to try something a little more difficult and carve a scary witch. If you and your kids are stumped this year, check out the hundreds of pumpkin photos on pintrest.

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