You can’t believe that they aren’t your babies anymore! Gone are the days that you ran to a store and grabbed a few small toys and picture books for your little one. Your kids have very specific wants in terms of gifts now! You want to get them creative toys, games, and items that will stay staples in the house for more than a few days. Well, look no further than Daily Mom for some great ideas for gifts for your young grade schooler. Whether you are looking for something for imaginary play, games, or something for your very active child, you will find something here for your little guy or gal.
Posts Tagged ‘playtime’
Think your kids don’t get out enough? It’s probably true! Imagine watching your children develop and explore their talents through tricks and flips you may have thought were only reserved for the professionals. Every one of those “professionals” had to start somewhere.
Got sharing issues among your children? Get a trampoline. Worried your homeschooler isn’t “socializing”? Get a trampoline. Want to help your child with balance and confidence? Get a trampoline. Plus, mom and dad can use it and lead by example, becoming your child’s hero (and giving you a bit of exercise too)!
It’s coming to that time of the year when our outdoor time is limited. It is getting darker earlier, the cooler weather is starting to kick in, and of course there’s more rain and maybe even snow in the near future. To keep kids from going stir crazy while being stuck inside in the coming months, try this simple and fun activity!
Now that your baby is One, they’re more mobile, more vocal, and want more engaging playtime. They are outgrowing the teething toys and rattles from their infant days and are capable of manipulating more detailed playthings. We are delighted to feature a few of our favorite toys for one year old tots – why we love them and why they love them too!
In such a rapidly developing world, creativity is quickly becoming a sought-after trait. Did you know that creative thinking promotes self-actualization, independent thought, and problem solving? Even though everyone already has some level of creativity, it is something that can be encouraged and developed. In other words, it does not matter whether or not your child has demonstrated a strong sense of creativity in the past. You can still help to encourage creative behaviors in your daily life. Not sure where to start? Here are a few ideas to get the creativity flowing in your home.
There are certain moments in our children’s everyday that we might overlook when it comes to photographing them. It’s easy to pull out the camera for the big events or special milestones, but what about those precious daily moments?
Here are five sweet and simple moments in your child’s day that deserve a little extra attention with your camera just this once. We take you from sunrise to sunset for a look at your child’s full day in five touching photos.