One perk of being a blogger and affiliate for some sales, is that I get to review some amazing products! It really is a dream “job” and a wonderful blessing to our family. With two preschoolers in our house this year, this book title immediately caught my eye!
- Arts & Crafts
- Educational Activities
- Sensory Activities
- Literacy Activities
- Imaginative Play
- Fine Motor Skills Activities
- Active Play
While I agree with Mary Ellen that we should be active and playing with our children, there are times independent play is absolutely necessary – like a bathroom break. We will be using a variety of these activities for the Littles as I spend some time in the afternoons working with Mister Bull on his schoolwork. I love having 101 activities to pull from and switch things up for the kids. While these are great ideas and you can absolutely use them as they are written, you can easily tailor them to fit with your studies or focus for the week! Get creative and GO!
There are several activities we have done in this book, but there are SO MANY MORE that we have not. Many of these activities can be done with supplies you probably have around your home or are very inexpensive – don’t forget to check the Dollar Store for supplies to save you some money! Stock up at sales and keep your eyes out at the “after holiday” sales! I find tons of craft items after the holiday or season has passed that I stock up on for pennies and save for the next year! 😉
I highly recommend this ebook for parents of Toddlers and Preschoolers!! Whether you have older children or not, this will help get your younger children accustomed to playing with each other or by themselves while giving them time to stretch and use their imaginations as you complete housework at a record pace! Okay…it’s not a miracle book, but a Mom can dream can’t she?!