Our two kids are completely different. One of the times of the day that these stark contrasts are the most apparent is at bedtime. One child climbs into bed ready to settle and relax while the other literally runs circles around us until the last possible moment when he's finally snoring soundly. I've found that one thing they do have in common at bedtime is thriving on a routine. Here are some of our best tips for making the wind down for bed a bit more smooth for everyone!
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Each spring and summer our kids plan, plant, and grow their own salad tables. These sensory garden tables become small worlds for pretend play all season long while simultaneously providing us with vegetables and herbs to harvest. From fairy gardens to dinosaur environments to train tables with real plants around them, our sensory garden tables are endless in their possibilities for imaginative play!
Stamping shapes into kinetic sand is a great opportunity to work on shape identification, count the sides and corners, and compare and contrast the shapes. Our kids loved this hands on fine motor math activity.