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Last week I shared the fun the kids and I had Creating Tape Town from a super cool kit that ALEX Toys sent us to review. This week I have another great kit to share “Make Stretch Putty” … Everything … Continue reading
David Shannon is one of my favorite children’s author and illustrator. I love is simple, child-focused pictures and story contact that is fun, yet usually has a great message for kids. For this reason his books are also wonderful to … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I received some complimentary products from ALEX toys so that I could review them here on my blog. WOOT! The kids and I had a terrific time with them! The first toy we would like to … Continue reading
I was very excited that the Virtual Book Club for Kids picked David Shannon to be the featured author this month. He is one of my favorite authors and illustrators of children’s books. And my favorite book of his is … Continue reading
Here’s a list of books for kids about divorce. I use these in play therapy and recommend them to parents when the family is going through a divorce. If you have some to add, please leave a comment below! The … Continue reading
When I entered into the blogging world in the summer of 2011 I was first introduced to the world of water beads. An amazing substance of gel-like beads that grow or shrink depending how much water they are with … … Continue reading
One of the things I have really enjoyed about being part of the Virtual Book Club for Kids is finding authors I haven’t read before and discovering how I can incorporate sharing these books with the kids I work with … Continue reading
This month Henry, my 6 year old son who is in 1st grade, had a homework assignment to create a family tree. I was all excited to create one with him like I do with my clients … he, however, … Continue reading
Participating in the Virtual Book Club for Kids has been a great way to study different authors not only with my kids at home … but to also introduce me to more children’s book that I can use at work … Continue reading
Spoon, by Amy Krouse Rosenthal … Is a nice way to talk to children about jealousy and, in turn, being thankful for our own uniqueness and personal gifts. Check out this great activity from Coffee Cups and Crayons. Chrysanthemum, by Kevin Henkes … Continue reading