Marble painting is a fun and easy craft that makes a unique painting each time. The great thing is that you don’t need great fine motor skills, you don’t need any artistic ability — and best of all, there’s no wrong way to do it! […]
I didn’t even know that wooden peg dolls were a “thing” until I discovered this Little Mermaid peg doll. It turns out that these peg dolls are a toy used in Montessori and Waldorf schools for pretend play, color matching, and other activities. They can […]
This free Color by Letter worksheet featuring is not only fun for mermaid lovers, but it also helps preschoolers and kindergarteners with letter recognition.
The picture uses the first 7 letters of the alphabet. Since those are the letters of the musical alphabet, it’s also reinforcing the skills kids need to play a musical instrument.
Pretty cool, right?
But before we get to the Color by Letter worksheet …
I have another real treat for you if you know a little girl who is crazy about mermaids:
As you can see below, the Mermaid Color by Letter worksheet comes with both the coloring page and the “key,” so you can see the finished product.
Of course, you can substitute or switch around some of the colors if you want. Maybe your daughter would prefer a mermaid with brown hair!
Just click on the image below to download as many copies as you like.
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Whether your kids are studying dinosaur in school, learning about them at home, or just can’t enough of those huge prehistoric animals, hear are 3 printable word searches they’ll love. The first 2 are easy (no up and down or diagonal words) and the last […]
I recently read that a third of all children between around the ages of 2 and 6 have what researchers call an “intense interest” about something.
While the most common intense interest at that age is vehicles like cars and trucks (that was definitely my son), the second most common is dinosaurs.
Think about it: you probably know a kid (in my case, it was my nephew) who can rattle off names of tons of dinosaurs and can you you where they lived and what they ate.
Well, here’s a fun treat for these kids — printable dinosaur coloring pages!
As you can see, each of these 5 pages is labeled and in a “cartoony” style (because I prefer my dinosaurs to be cute and not scary.)
Tyrannosaurus Rex Coloring Page
Apotasaurus Coloring Page
Pterodactyl Coloring Page
Stegosaurus Coloring Page
Dino Egg Coloring Page
More Dinosaur Fun
Imagine your toddler or preschooler painting with multiple colors, swirling and smearing the colors together, digging right into it with their hands and fingers … … without making any mess. Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, not if you make a paint sensory […]
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Here are three unicorn word searches, all with different designs, for the unicor-loving girl in your life to have fun with.
The first two are fairly easy, and the last one is more challenging, so there should something just right for your child’s age and ability level.
Easy Unicorn Word Search One
Easy Unicorn Word Search Two
More Challenging Unicorn Word Search
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One of the many nice things about doing crafts with kids is that it can be either and indoor or outdoor activity. We’ve done crafts not only at the kitchen or playroom tables, but also along the side of the neighborhood swimming pool or at […]