Below you will find a round-up of Rhythms of Play’s most popular posts of 2015. These were the most viewed, pinned, and shared posts out of the almost 200 posts that were published.
Most Popular Posts of 2015
This beautiful hand and fingerprint tree is actually really easy to make. It makes a wonderful keepsake to give as a gift or keep and enjoy for yourself.
I have noticed in my many years as a childcare worker, and a now a parent, that children are deeply touched by the books they read. This is why I like to read them books that teach important life lessons. During the many years that I have been reading books to children, these have stood out as some of the very best.
This DIY leave in Conditioner and detangling spray is safe and effective for using on both kids and adults. Find out how to easily make some for your family.
An older child may like to try their hand at crafting these, while both younger and older children enjoy playing with them. Each box acts as a container for each family and doubles as a container for color matching. Make some today!
Aren’t these turkey leaf lanterns cute? All you need is a few natural materials and a free afternoon to put this simple craft together. These luminaries look wonderful both lit and unlit.
This article contains lots of important information. I guarantee that you will be well prepared to keep you and your family safe at the beach after reading it.
Rhythm is the basic order of your daily routines and tasks. Kids and adults thrive on rhythm in the home. Establishing rhythm helps you get organized by providing a framework for your day and increases your ability to stay focused and get things done. Create yours today!
Working with sensorial materials allows children to classify the things around them. Completing these types of sorting activities will ultimately prepare them for reading and mathematics.
Everything you need to know to make the best tasting green smoothie ever – So good even your kids will beg for more! Complete with tips, tricks and a tried and true green smoothie recipe.
This tutorial describes how to make this dress in a knit fabric as opposed to a woven fabric using a conventional sewing machine rather than a serger. It also includes easy tips on how to use a printed fabric so that the fabric design and the dress pattern enhance each other.
Fall is one of the best times of year to make nature crafts, but most of these can be made year round. You will find various levels of difficulty here, but most of these nature crafts can easily be made by kids of all ages.
Get outside, connect with nature, and go on a nature hunt. There are so many amazing things waiting to be discovered. Use what you find to make nature crafts, gifts, natural home decor, and nature tables. This article is complete with suggestions of what natural items to look for and things to do with what you find.
There are many ways to teach children to care for the Earth. Here are 12 simple ways to help your family live in a greener world now, and into the future.
Each of these beautiful gifts can be made by kids. Handmade gifts from kids are always a favorite with friends and family. Little one’s will need some assistance while an older child will be able to make these on their own. Detailed instructions with photos are provided for each one.
The Ultimate Eco-Friendly Gift Guide for Kids. This guide is filled with Waldorf and Montessori inspired toys made with natural materials for your baby, toddler, preschooler, and school aged child. From educational to open-ended there is something here for every child on your list.
These were the most popular posts of 2015. They were the most visited, pinned, and shared posts out of almost 200 that were published on Rhythms of Play.
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