Shape Sorting for Toddlers
This post on shape sorting is from the wonderful Hayley at Minne Mama. For more fun shape activities check out Contact Paper Shape Art. One of the things I love about Mess for Less is how budget friendly the activities are! I am always trying to create meaningful learning experiences for my 20-month-old son using materials we already have on hand and using the things I purchase to their full potential. To create our wooden shapes, I used the same paint samples from our color sorting…
Five Recipes for Sensory Play
I'd love to share five of our favorite fun and easy recipes for sensory play. As an added bonus, if it's summer where you are - these do a great job of keeping the kiddos cool!
Salt Dough Handprints - The Imagination Tree
I thought it was about time we did some salt-dough model making so I dug out the easy-peasy ingredients. I drew a little visual recipe list so that it would be easier for C to understand what we were doing (she loved it!) And we got busy measuring and stirring and mixing and mixing and...Read More »
25 Beautiful DIY Bracelets for Kids
Your kids are going to love making these beautiful DIY bracelets. Maybe they'll even make one for you! Next time your creative kiddo's are bored, show them these 25 Beautiful DIY Bracelets for Kids. From friendship to fashion, these bracelets use materials like Lego's and Starburst wrappers to make a truly unique style statement. Have fun! 25 Beautiful DIY Bracelets for Kids Got balloons? You can make these awesome balloon bracelets! There are two different ways to make them, so the…