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Family Travel Ideas { From Edventures with Kids }

Traveling with kids can bea lot of fun, if you know how to do it, where to go and how to make travel educational. It is all about creating an adventurous state of mind ready to have fun. It is not easy, however, to find all the resources we need to make family travel fun and educational.  Today, Jacquie Fisher, shares her family travel ideas and resources with us  to make your family travel less overwhelming and  more fun. Jacquie Fisher from Edventures with Kids,  has wonderful games for your roadtrip, ideas for camping and hiking, and even shares ways to enjoy the national parks while sparking your child’s creativity.

This post is a a part of the KBN (Kid Blogger Network) MeMe-it-Forward Series. In this series, MeMeTales Blog is featuring a new resource website/blogger from the Kid Blogger Network everyday! Today’s feature is Edventures with Kids. This blog is a site that has “Kids Activities, Family Travel & Fun Ways to Learn” . Jacquie Fisher, the founder of Edventures with Kids, started the blog with a hope to inspire families to explore new places and unique activities to enhance a child’s curiosity & creativity. If you love these activities in the clickable collage below, make sure you visit and follow the blog on Facebook,  Twitter and Pinterest too. Thank you Jacqui,  for letting us share your travel resources here!

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Creative Math Activities For Kids {from What Do We Do All Day}

From the minute a child starts to count, he/she has started exploring the whole world of Math. However, building a child’s interest in Math isn’t always so easy. Kids understand math way before they can read and write independently, so how do we get them to build those math skills in creative ways? Erica from What Do We Do All Day? (a blog we love!!) shows us how by introducing and sharing the most amazingly simple and creative Math games.  Did you know that understanding visual patterns is a key Math skill? How about a Math art activity? All of these ideas and more, featured in our collage today – take a look and click through!

This post is a a part of the KBN (Kid Blogger Network) MeMe-it-Forward Series. In this series, MeMeTales Blog is featuring a new resource website/blogger from the Kid Blogger Network everyday! Today’s feature is What Do We Do All Day?. This blog is a site with amazing children’s book recommendations and easy play and learning activities for kids. Erica, the founder of What Do We Do All Day?, started the blog to helping parents find simple ways to get through the day with their kids. . If you love these activities in the clickable collage below, make sure you visit and follow the blog on Facebook,  Twitter and Pinterest too. Thank you Erica,  for letting us share your math activities and inspiration here!

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Creative Painting And Craft Ideas { from Creative World of Varya }

Creative activities with kids need not be complicated. It is just a matter exploring new materials in new ways, while keeping the basic activity simple. What do I mean by that?  Look at the collage today with creative painting and craft activities from Varya at Creative World of Varya. Creativity is just simple painting. Creativity is also exploring coloring with salt, painting with leaves, painting with pencil shavings too. There are so many ways to get kids to explore colors and engage in creativity and that is exactly the focus of the wonderful collage shared here today.

This post is a a part of the KBN (Kid Blogger Network) MeMe-it-Forward Series. In this series, MeMeTales Blog is featuring a new resource website/blogger from the Kid Blogger Network everyday! Today’s feature is Creative World of Varya. This blog is a site that has activities to encourage creativity and nourish children’s abilities. Varya, the founder of Creative World of Varya, started the blog to inspire families to spend more time with children to discover and nurture their abilities and talents.  If you love these activities in the clickable collage below, make sure you visit and follow the blog on Facebook,  and  Twitter too. Thank you Varya,  for letting us share your painting ideas here!

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African History For Kids {from Look! We’re Learning! }

History of a country or a continent is a hard concept for kids. But with the right resources, it is easy to give kids a rich education in history. Selena Robinson from Look! We’re Learning! is a homeschooling mom sharing her resources to introduce kids to African History.Starting from a simple introduction to the continent of Africa, to learning about Apartheid in South Africa,   Selena shares wonderfully exhaustive resources. Be sure to read the full post and explore the links below!

This post is a a part of the KBN (Kid Blogger Network) MeMe-it-Forward Series. In this series, MeMeTales Blog is featuring a new resource website/blogger from the Kid Blogger Network everyday! Today’s feature is Look! We’re Learning! This blog is about eclectic homeschooling as a family. Selena Robinson, the founder of Look! We’re Learning!, started the blog to share their homeschooling  journey since both her husband and Selena are involved in teaching the kids. If you love these activities in the clickable collage below, make sure you visit and follow the blog on Facebook,  Twitter and Pinterest too. Thank you Selena,  for letting us share your resources for African History here!

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Understanding All Things Sensory For Kids {from Lemon Lime Adventures}

Do you know what Sensory Processing Disorder is? I have read a lot about it, but was always confused. Dayna Abraham agrees that understanding sensory can be confusing . “Sensory” referred to as many different things, a to the confusion surrounding it.  It is also called  Sensory Integration, Sensory Processing, Sensory Needs, Sensory Overload, Sensory Seeking and more.  In the collage today, Dayna from Lemon Lime Adventures shares a number of resources to help parents, teachers and caregivers understand sensory processing. She says that of the most important things she have learned about Sensory Processing as a parent and an educator is that no two children are alike. Sensory needs can span a spectrum, just like the colors of a rainbow. Dayna shares so many amazing resources and you need to check them out if you have ever googled for anything sensory related on the web.

This post is a a part of the KBN (Kid Blogger Network) MeMe-it-Forward Series. In this series, MeMeTales Blog is featuring a new resource website/blogger from the Kid Blogger Network everyday! Today’s feature is Lemon Lime Adventures. This blog is abou homeschooling, Sensory Processing Disorder, educational resources, and natural living. Dayna Abraham, started the blog to create a community where readers can feel supported, ask questions and find resources through everyday adventures (both successful and unsuccessful attempts). If you love these activities and resources in the clickable collage below, make sure you visit and follow the blog on Facebook and Pinterest too. Thank you Dayna,  for letting us share your science  inspiration here!

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10 Science Enrichment Activities for Kids { from Afterschool for Smarty Pants }

Do you have a child that has too much energy, is too curious and asks too many questions? You might have a little potential scientist on your hands! If that is indeed the case, it is time to explore some of these Science Enrichment activities from Natalie. Natalie  from Afterschool for Smarty Pants has amazingly simple ideas to help you introduce science to kids, right at home. You will realize that raising independent and curious learners is not as hard as it seems.

This post is a a part of the KBN (Kid Blogger Network) MeMe-it-Forward Series. In this series, MeMeTales Blog is featuring a new resource website/blogger from the Kid Blogger Network everyday! Today’s feature is Afterschool for Smarty Pants. This blog is a site that has enrichment activities and life-skills for gifted learners. Natalie , the founder of Afterschool for Smarty Pants, started the blog to share ideas on how to challenge gifted students,  books and resources.  If you love these activities in the clickable collage below, make sure you visit and follow the blog on Facebook, and Pinterest too. Thank you Natalie,  for letting us share your science  inspiration here!

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12 Creative Play Ideas For Toddlers { From Plain Vanilla Mom }

Toddler play should be simple play. The simpler the toys, the more creative play the toddlers engage in. As parents we often complicate play for kids, but  Jennifer Haas shows us that it need not be that way. Simple play is more creative. Simple play is more meaningful. Simple play is more engaging.  Jennifer Haas from Plain Vanilla Mom , a wonderful weekly play series where she shares the play ideas from her home. These are super simple creative play ideas such as painting with water, stacking pasta and more. Simple, engaging and creative.

This post is a a part of the KBN (Kid Blogger Network) MeMe-it-Forward Series. In this series, MeMeTales Blog is featuring a new resource website/blogger from the Kid Blogger Network everyday! Today’s feature is Plain Vanilla Mom . This blog is a site mostly filled  with kids activities and a few moments for mom/DIY projects sprinkled in for inspiration . Jennifer Haas, the founder of Plain Vanilla Mom , started the blog to share her  my love of playing, learning, writing, crafting, baking, and photography. It is her creative outlet and gives her a break from her busy day with kids and home. If you love these activities in the clickable collage below, make sure you visit and follow the blog on Facebook,  Twitter and Pinterest too. Thank you Jennifer,  for letting us share your toddler play ideas here!

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Early Literacy At Home { from The Measured Mom } – Reading and Writing Resources and Printables for Kindergarten and Pre-K

Kindergarten and pre-k are perfect times to introduce kids to reading and writing. By now, kids are curious about reading, have worked on their fine motor skills and are ready for the next level of literacy challenges. Today, I excited to share literacy resources from Anna Geiger. Anna from The Measured Mom is a teacher who is now raising her kids at home. Anna has a lot of experience and know exactly how to get kids to read and write. In today’s collage, she shares so many great literacy ideas including  how to get your preschooler to read, how to set up a writing table in your kitchen and even free sight word printables !

This post is a a part of the KBN (Kid Blogger Network) MeMe-it-Forward Series. In this series, MeMeTales Blog is featuring a new resource website/blogger from the Kid Blogger Network everyday! Today’s feature is The Measured Mom. This blog is a site  with education resources for parents and teachers. Anna Geiger, the founder of  The Measured Mom, started the blog with a hope of sharing her education background and how she uses it to teach her own kids and as well as  share with others. If you love these activities in the clickable collage below, make sure you visit and follow the blog on Facebook and Pinterest too. Thank you Anna,  for letting us share your wonderful reading and writing resources here!

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Fun With Toddlers – 10 Great Ideas {from Just For Daisy }

Keeping toddlers occupied meaningfully is not an easy task. No matter how we plan to keep them busy and learning, it is most important that toddlers have fun. Bekka from Just For Daisy shares with us some wonderful ideas that will keep your toddler busy and very very happy. Bekka turns the hard job of raising toddlers into fun times, whether it is with toddle yoga, pressing flowers or with story stones!

This post is a a part of the KBN (Kid Blogger Network) MeMe-it-Forward Series. In this series, MeMeTales Blog is featuring a new resource website/blogger from the Kid Blogger Network everyday! Today’s feature is Just For Daisy. This blog is a site about Play, Family, Cooking, Sewing and Crafting. Bekka Joy, the founder of Just For Daisy, started the blog to document her life and the loves of her life. If you love these activities in the clickable collage below, make sure you visit and follow the blog on Facebook,  and Twitter  too. Thank you Bekka,  for letting us share toddler fun ideas here!

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Things to Do To Connect And Bond With Your Children

Raising kids has ups and downs. But no matter how the day is going with the kids, they need to go to bed knowing that they are loved, they are capable and we are here for them no matter what. As parents, the most important thing we can do is celebrate the connection we share with our kids and let them know they matter. That is the perspective of Amy Lee, and I cannot agree more. Amy from The Connection We Share is a mom and photographer who says that kids who know they are loved and cherished change the world! She gives us so many simple ideas to celebrate our kids – like cooking with them, playing outside and even taking selfies with them! These are simple yet rich activities that focus on enriching our relationship with our kids.

This post is a a part of the KBN (Kid Blogger Network) MeMe-it-Forward Series. In this series, MeMeTales Blog is featuring a new resource website/blogger from the Kid Blogger Network everyday! Today’s feature is The Connection We Share. This blog is about connecting and bonding with our children through crafts, food and photography. Amy Lee, the founder of  The Connection We Share, started the blog to help parents connect with their children so they feel loved, cherished and know that they matter. These kinds of children changes the world =) If you love these activities in the clickable collage below, make sure you visit and follow the blog on Facebook,  Twitter and Pinterest too. Thank you Amy,  for letting us share your science  inspiration here!

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