These sensory bags for babies are so easy to make and are such a great distraction during tummy time. Here are 4 ways you can make them!
This DIY baby toy is so easy to make! Babies will enjoy exploring the high contrast colors and jingly sounds of these homemade wrist rattles!
Tying balloons to the hands and feet is a great baby activity at 3 months. Perfect for strengthening gross motor skills, eye sight, and more.
There isn’t just one way to do tummy time! Keep reading to find out about different tummy time positions for newborns and babies!
There are a ton of benefits to providing black and white patterns for babies. Get your free printable set of 12 dozen cards here.
This fine motor activity for toddlers is a fun way to strengthen pincer grasp, hand eye coordination, and more! Plus, get the free printable!
Use this recipe to make taste-safe foam for young kids. It is a perfect sensory base for little ones who put everything in their mouth!
This color mixing activity is where gross motor, sensory, and science collide to discover how primary colors mix to form secondary colors!
This budget-friendly color matching game is a great way for toddlers to learn colors and spark imaginative play!
This baby footprint art keepsake makes a beautiful framed wall art and captures their entire first year.
This pasta activity uses rainbow spaghetti to strengthen toddler fine motor skills. Bonus points for being taste-safe!