Christmas and books go hand in hand. What better time than now to gift and read books? Here’s a list of favorite quotes from children’s literature that would help you decide in favour of these books!Read More
Christmas is a few days away! And with Christmas comes the holidays! Holidays are a great occasion to spend time with the family and do something meaningful that builds memories and over time, family traditions. Here are some fun ideas for family fun during Christmas and the holidays: Fun ideas for family fun during Christmas Play Games together Pick a game and spend some time every day playing together with the family! You can try Uno,…Read More
Want to try some interesting new XMas trees for your home this season? Get the books down from your bookshelves to try these clever ideas we got from Pinterest. Go ahead and show off your books with some of these fabulous ways to use books as Christmas decorations! A stacked-book tree Stack your books against the wall, add a star, some lights and your tree is ready! Folded Mini Trees These folded mini-trees can be made easily…Read More
Freshly baked cookies have a charm of their own – the fresh taste, the crumbling texture, and the aroma that awakens your senses! Truly the stuff that the childhood dreams are made of. To make their childhood sweeter, here are two easy-peasy and healthy cookies recipes for the junior chefs so that they can do their own baking! Don your chef hat, and start off!Read More
My son is super excited about the shadow concept. So this “pair finding” game worked really well with him. He has matched these cards ‘n’ number of times by now. To bring in some festive cheer for this season, I am extremely excited to share this fun Christmas themed shadow matching activity and a free printable that you can download!Read More
Xmas fervour is in the air! This is one festival that is loved by all kids and many fun games and activities can be planned around it.
I did a quick Christmas themed activity with my son. We made a simple card with do-a-dot green color marker. Do-a-dot markers are children’s favorite. They help improve hand eye coordination as kids can direct the stamp at their exact aim on the paper. They are also very easy to hold.Read More
Touch is by far the most interesting and necessary of the ‘five senses’.
I focus on crafting projects for my son which let him explore all sorts of textures and allow him to actively use his senses as he explores the world. As a crafter I have a storage of various types of papers at home. And I find it to be one of the best sources to put his ‘sense of touch’ to work. Touching and sensing different types of material helps a child learn about their environment as a whole!
“I hate craft and I don’t enjoy the fun and enjoyment it gives!”, said no kid ever! Craft is something that kids totally adore and it only boosts their imagination and creativity as well as gives them happiness, fun and entertainment. Here are five simply amazing and easy-to-do craft ideas at home with your 2-4 year oldRead More
One fine chilly morning last year in December, I was sipping my cuppa enjoying the breeze on my balcony when my little ones came to me and said that they would like to celebrate Christmas. I started looking through various websites for kids Christmas parties when I came across a poster suggesting experiencing snowfall for Christmas in Bangalore! Now, as much as it was cold, I didn’t really think Bangalore could offer a snowfall for Christmas! Or could it? Read more to find out!Read More
No holiday is as fun and exciting for kids as Christmas is! And a big part of excitement comes when it’s time to put up the Christmas tree which symbolizes the magic of Christmas,and for kids decorating the tree with ornaments mean that the season has officially begun. We can make it even more exciting for our kids by having them make their own ornaments for the Christmas tree.Read More