DIY Light Table

DIY Light Table – Sensory Play

At the beginning of the week, I created a Light Table for my boys and they have already spent hours on end playing with it. The best part was that I was able to make it out of items that I already had in my home, so it didn’t cost me anything! Today, I’m going to show you how to make a DIY Light Table that’s sure to keep your little ones busy too! Read More

Chore Charts

Simple DIY Chore Charts For Kids

At 3 & 4 years old, I think my boys are ready to learn a bit more about responsibility so we are starting our week with brand new, homemade chore charts! Honestly, this is mostly for 4 year old who will be 5 in just a couple of months, but of course my 3 year old wanted to participate too. Here, I will show you how I made these awesome DIY Chore Charts. Read More

Easter Basket Fillers - Sidewalk Chalk

10 Easter Basket Ideas That Don’t Include Candy!

When it comes to filling my boys’ Easter baskets, I try to choose things that they will really enjoy for more than one day. Most of the little trinkets that many stores sell as Easter basket fillers tend to break within hours, leaving the kids in tears. And although my boys do get some candy, I make sure that sweets don’t take over the majority of their baskets. Here’s a list of 10 Easter Basket Ideas That Don’t Include Candy that the Easter Bunny will be bringing to my boys this year.  Read More

Indoor Activities For Kids

6 Fun Indoor Activities For Kids

We’ve been stuck indoors a lot this winter and I’ve had to get a little creative to keep my boys entertained. I’ve pulled together 6 super easy Indoor Activities For Kids to help you get through all of these snow days!  Read More

Snow Day Activities

13 Fun Snow Day Activities For Kids

Here in Rhode Island, we get plenty of snow every year. I personally love snow days but many parents feel differently. To help you get through the dreaded snow day, I’ve compiled a list of 13 Fun Snow Day Activities to keep your kids busy!  Read More