Not gonna lie. We are really dependent on bringing our kids to the pool and splash pad in the summer. But since we have no idea when those facilities will be opening up, we need some easy at-home alternatives to get our kids in the water. Try these water play activities to get their minds and senses working.Continue reading
Water is one of the most basic raw materials for play. It’s readily available, open-ended, and developmentally appropriate. There is no right or wrong way to engage in it. Water can spark curiosity, imagination, and experimentation.
So, when it’s 80 degrees this summer and your kids want to get out, throw on their swimsuits and SPF because we’re going for a dip.Continue reading