Keep the little ones busy on a rainy day with a cozy corner of their own! Kids love using their imaginations and having a space to call their own. That’s where a Teepee comes in really handy. Easy to set up and provides your little one with hours of fun and play. Learn more about and enter to win the Teepee Joy Set giveaway. This post contains an affiliate link – making a purchase using this link may earn me a commission.
Providing the girls with toys which allow their minds to explore and their imaginations run wild through creative play really helps them grow. When I see them working together to create or build a toy set, I know they are also building upon life skills, cooperation, patience and team work. We recently partnered with BRIO to learn more about their line of clean and simple designs toys for ages 6 months and up.
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Raising multicultural girls is not an easy task. Teaching them the values and culture of their Russian and Latino heritages is more important to me than teaching them about being American.
Kids can get a little antsy on rainy days. Parents can start to lose their sanity quicker than usual on rainy days. Being stuck inside can be hard for them – and you – since they can’t run around and play outside. Although your kids won’t be able to kick a ball around or ride theirs bicycles, they can still have fun. These easy art projects are perfect for keeping your kids busy and happy on a rainy day.