Two things my kids love? Sand and coins! Both are wonderful sensory experiences. Learning to recognize basic coins and how to tell them apart are huge steps toward beginning to understand money and commerce. This activity develops scientific reasoning and fine motor skills. The kids dig through sand to find their coin treasures. Then they […]
Full disclosure? I avoided slime for a long time. My son brought the first batch home from a homeschool co-op kindergarten class. I knew I was in trouble when it spent the night in it’s little container right next to his pillow. He followed every instruction I gave him and only took it out on […]
Give your kids some hands on math with these fun transportation themed activities from Mother Goose Time!
STEAM If your kids are into blocks, tape, and action figures this is a great STEAM activity for you! If you aren’t familiar with STEAM, it’s an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. Educators are using STEAM based activities to help kids develop creative and out of the box cognitive skills. If […]
As part of our Dinosaur Dig experience with Mother Goose Time we made fossils using a coffee based dough. The kids got a huge kick out of making the dough, creating their very own fossils, and watching them bake in the oven. The fossils turned out well and the kids were able to identify which objects […]