Musical Exploration Storybooks for Kids – Moana, Tangled & Mickey

Disney and Hal Leonard have launched their Disney Learning “Explore Music” series and we are HUGE FANS! My kids and I love to read together all day. These picture books are not only beautiful to look at but, they encourage creative play whether it is using movement with your body or your voice to create […]

Read More

DIY Squishy Stress Balls

Everyone gets stressed even our kids. It is very common to see both kids and adults struggle with anxiety. “Releasing tension with a stress ball can be very calming and therapeutic”, says Erika Burdick. Try this easy DIY stress ball and watch the stress disappear.

Read More

News 12- Dinosaur Fun

Kids of all ages and adults love dinosaurs! These sensory activities will keep the kids busy and happy for hours. These activities are fun to make for a rainy day or to use when playing outside.

Read More

Long Island Children’s Museum

Looking for a fun place to go that children of all ages will love? Head to the Long Island Children’s Museum in Garden City. The Museum is two levels filled with things to do, explore and enjoy.    Have fun with your family as you experience, “14 interactive exhibits plus live theater, art spaces and […]

Read More

Sweetbriar Nature Center’s Long Island Woodland Exhibit: Forest to Forest

Sweetbriar Nature Center in Smithtown announces the grand opening of a new sensory experience. Visiting families can climb up the staircase of our nature center and take in the beauty and diversity of our simulated rain forest as they have been able to do for many years.  However, now, when they pass through the tropical […]

Read More

Gingerbread Play Dough

What are your favorite smells during the holiday season? One of our favorite scents is Gingerbread. We decided to make a play dough recipe that is a no-bake recipe so the kids can help make it, too.

Read More

Teepee Cones for Thanksgiving

These are a delicious and fun addition to your fall party. Kids and adults will enjoy making these and eating them this Thanksgiving season. A great activity in the classroom or at home.

Read More