Recently my niece and I had a fun afternoon making our own match game. I was gifted a set of blank matching cards and my girl and I divvied them up so we each had an even number.
You don’t need a fancy store bought set though. Instead, you Continue reading “Make Your Own Match Game”
‘Moving to the groove’ of the changing weather during spring time in the Pacific Northwest can be a challenge at times. There are days when the sun is shining for the whole day and it is the perfect time to get some vitamin D and play Continue reading “Red Light Green Light”
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”
In a recent study, children who play with blocks and puzzles have been shown to have better spatial reasoning ability. Spatial reasoning is the ability to reason and manipulate objects in space. Continue reading “Spatial Reasoning”
In the heat of the summer, swimming is frequently the outdoor activity of choice. So: when is a child old enough for lessons and how can you reduce the risk of water accidents. Continue reading “Swim Safety”