Tag Archives: outdoor activities

Sensory Activities for Summer Break


You know it’s coming… “I’m bored mom!” Be prepared with these fun sensory activities from our expert Occupational Therapist to boost brain development during the summer months.   By Karen Beardsley, OTR   School is almost out for summer. Even

Activity: Pedal to the number


Here is a fun outdoor activity to keep the kids busy and out of your house for a little while this summer!    By Susen Kuchta, The Dabbling Momma   This is a simple activity that you can do on a

The Power of Play


Playing with your child might not come easy to you but don’t worry if you need ideas look to The Games Lady for activities that will boost development. In this article, expert Barbara Sher explains why play is crucial to brain

Toddler Activity: Bubble Blowing


Toddler games are always fun and blowing bubbles is always a crowd pleaser. See what Barbara Sher, The Games Lady has to say about what your child is learning.  By Barbara Sher, The Games Lady  Take out a bubble wand,

Toddler Activity: Balloon Baseball


Balloons are one of the best toys because they attract attention, light weight, and easy to play with. Try this new game to boost development from The Games Lady. By Barbara Sher, The Games Lady  This game uses the balloon

Outdoor Activity: Coke and Mentos

Coke science

Try this fun and messy yet educational outdoor activity with your kids today! Who doesn’t love explosions especially when they are done in a safe manner?! By Natasha Johnson  We recently had a kind of warm day. I was more than happy

Outdoor Chalk Games


Chalk games have been around for a long time but in this day and age of technology, we can forget how the simple game and quality family time can help with a child’s development. Try one of these fun outdoor

Move and Shake: Family Exercise Series


SEEK brings you three new outdoor activities from fitness expert, Courtney Bentley, to try this weekend to make exercise fun for the entire family! By Courtney Violet Bentley The thought of having to combine fitness and children can be intimidating. Kids can find