It can be difficult to teach young children how to calm themselves down in tough situations. One thing that research has shown is that slow, deep breaths help! There are numerous ways to help teach your child to take slow, deep breaths. Continue reading “Finger Breaths”
Toilet Paper tube crafts are fun and free! Who knew that you could turn toilet paper tubes into octopi, owls, butterflies, monkeys and more! Start collecting toilet paper tubes from your house, and it should only take a week or two to have a couple to play with! You can also use paper towel tubes cut in half. Continue reading “Toilet Paper Tube Creatures”
If you haven’t yet played balloon volleyball, you are missing out! This great game can be played with any number of people and only requires a balloon, which can be purchased cheaply from most stores. You can make many different variations of this game, but the simple rule is to keep the balloon off of the ground. Continue reading “Volley Ball Balloon”
Have you ever made your own butter? It is a blast to do and keeps kids active and engaged. All you need is a jar with a lid and heavy cream from the store.
Pour the cream into the jar so it’s about 2/3 full; if the jar is too full, it will be difficult to Continue reading “Make Your Own Butter”
Learning how to handle your child’s emotions can be tough as a parent. Parents often realize that they weren’t taught at a young age to identify and cope with strong emotions. It can be difficult to see your child having big feelings and not knowing how to handle them. Continue reading “Teach Your Child About Emotions”