- crayon marks on my kitchen wall,
- a giant hole in the center of my backyard,
- the sibling generated challenge of seeing how many toy cars can fit in the toilet at one time,
- and an experiment to see how quickly Popsicle pieces can melt in different spots on the new couch.
Be Ready to Play
Let’s imagine for a moment that not only have you managed to pick the perfect activity, save the activity, print the directions, and by what clearly must be divine intervention, actually have all the materials you need and ready to go!
Guess what? Your kids hate the activity. They tried it; spent maybe five minutes moving pieces around. Now, your four year old is crawling out the window and your two year old is cutting your five year old’s hair. Wait, does this just happen to me?
You see, I get lots of comments on Instagram and Facebook about how awesome the activities we are doing look!
Moms ask me how I manage to get it together. How am I crafting, making, and learning with four small kids without losing my sanity?
Mother Goose Time
Music and Movement
Language and Literacy
Math and Reasoning
Coming to Mother Goose Time-Summer 2018
Fables and Folktales