This could be a great idea to place in the time-out space!

Homemade plastic jellyfish…

Funny pictures about Homemade plastic jellyfish. Oh, and cool pics about Homemade plastic jellyfish. Also, Homemade plastic jellyfish.

Parenting different types of children. Some good tips here.

How to raise a happy, successful, cooperative child. It looks like my son is a mix of The Fun-Loving Child and The Determined Child.

BrightNest | For Kids: Make a Unique Piggy Bank out of a Plastic Bottle #DIY

For Kids: Make a Unique Piggy Bank out of a Plastic Bottle

this would be good if we had 150 empty water bottles. DIY Airplane Piggy Bank craft crafts easy crafts diy ideas diy crafts fun crafts kids crafts crafts for kids

Counting activity for kids using pompoms

Simple counting activity for children

Simple counting activity for children, especially preschoolers. Easy to differentiate (could even practice addition facts) and develops fine motor skills.

DIY FOR KIDS

mommo design: DIY FOR KIDS - chalkboard city blocks, painted wall décor, foam letters

This is an exceptional way to teach kids about shapes.  This is more than just identifying them...this will teach them why a hexagon is a hexagon!

A, Bee, C, Preschool: Building Shapes. Kindergarten readiness: Colored craft sticks are labeled with the number of sides each shape has, ie: 3 purple sticks - triangle. The children will choose a color and build the matching colored shape from the sticks.

This Infographic Reveals How to Raise Happy and Healthy Kids

This Infographic Reveals How to Raise Happy and Healthy Kids

The Science of Raising Happy Kids -- Infographic Reveals How to Raise Happy and Healthy Kids

Continent Cards: Free Printable. With several ideas for using in your own homeschool!

Learn the Continents: Free Printable!

Is your child learning about world geography? Mama's learning Corner has FREE Continent Cards! She includes suggestions on how to use these great cards.

I have made these @ a teaching conference and my Pre-K kids just loved them! hint: these are not good for toddlers- the items come off easily no matter what you use.

These popsicle sticks are great for teaching braille numbers with tactile items to count! Make your own for an inexpensive fun learning toy at home, school or therapy.

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