Do you have an only child? Or a big baby with an infant sibling? In this pandemic I have learned to schedule activities for my son, but what I haven't been able to provide is same age company. In my area parks are open. But the health risk is still there. It's my responsibility to… Continue reading How I manage having an only child in the pandemic
Mom Does It Better ©2021 All rights reserved Today we painted salt together and played with it. If you don't know how to paint salt, do this:1.Get a ziploc bag2.Pour table salt in it 3.Put a colored chalk in the bag and scrub it with the salt until you see results🐣With this activity, your child… Continue reading Fun and colorful salts
So we made this funny turkey for speech language therapy session. I made two patterns. One for painting and another one with separate parts as a puzzle. You can make the feathers with anything you want. We used my son's hands. 😊👌❤🦃If you make it, tag me!.......................♡........................🍁💁🏻♀️Para divertirnos en la terapia del habla, recibí el… Continue reading Funny turkey puzzle
Mom Does It Better 2020 All Rights Reserved Sensory games and fine motor skills activity. Also practicing vocabulary naming sea creatures. Just add the images, hide them in some rice, cereal or beads and game on! If you find this activity useful for you, maybe other mom friends will too. Feel free to share it!… Continue reading Make it fun to learn
Crossing fingers for him to want to help me in a near future. Do your kids love their mop and broom? ... ... Cruzando los dedos para que me quiera ayudar en un futuro no muy lejano. ¿A tus hijos también les gusta jugar con el mapo y la escoba? https://www.instagram.com/p/CBEZcv9hndu/?igshid=1ciz9xt407tsx
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Materials: 20 cotton swabs Paper Washable finger paint Rubber band The idea of this activity is to exercise your toddler's fine motor skills and visual sense. Also, practice language by saying the colors' names. You can also make some shapes for him to follow, or just let him make his own patterns. Until next time!… Continue reading Play And Learn With Mom: Cotton Swab Painting