These 8 Mom Bloggers Are FULL of Fun Kids Ideas!
I’m so thrilled to announce B-Inspired Mama’s new contributors! Over the next six months, these creative mamas will be sharing their wonderful kids ideas with us here at B-Inspired Mama. Let’s meet them…
Leah of Simple. Home. Blessing.
Leah is the homemaker and mama behind Simple.Home.Blessings. She loves seeing the spark in her children’s eyes as they discover and explore new things. She is passionate about reading and creates lots of activities based on favorite books. She also writes about other topics related to homemaking.
Fun Kids Ideas from Leah
Jaimi of The Stay-At-Home-Mom Survival Guide
Jaimi is the mom of a 5-year old son and a 2-year old daughter. She also has twins on the way! She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, taught preschool and cared for infants, toddlers and preschoolers while working in child care before having her own children. Her main mission is to motivate moms! On her blog, The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide, she shares simple activities that teach, faith-based mom motivation, information about child development and quick tips all to help moms find the joy in motherhood.
Fun Kids Ideas from Jaimi
- Homemade Play Dough Puzzle
- Yarn Pictures Craft
- Make a Word Wall for Exposure to Print
- Chick Feather Counting Cups
Jessica of Play Learn Love
Jessica, writer and creator of Play Learn Love, has a passion for all things messy, fun, and creative! As a former early childhood education teacher, she understands the importance of learning through play. Now a stay at home mom, she runs a small, part time preschool program out of her home and shares their daily adventures on her blog. Whether it be learning with legos or exploring through messy play, they are always finding creative hands on ways to learn!
Fun Kids Ideas from Jessica
- Planting A Rainbow Sensory Bin
- LEGO Animal Alphabet Printables
- Upcycled Bubble Wand Toy
- Rubber Band Splatter Painting
Dyan of And Next Comes L
Married to her high school sweetheart, Dyan is a stay at home mom to two boys, J and K, who also teaches piano part time out of her home. She began her blog “And Next Comes L” in March 2013 after some mom friends encouraged her to share her creative ideas. You can read more about how her blog came to be here. She loves to dabble in all things creative and crafty, but particularly enjoys making homemade toys and quiet books for her kids.
Fun Kids Ideas from Dyan
Jen of Kitchen Counter Chronicles
Jen is a stay-at-home mom to two beautifully intelligent little girls. She’s married to a funny, supportive man, who she started dating when she was a teenager! She shares her adventures in crafting, baking, gardening and greening their lives on her blog, Kitchen Counter Chronicles.
Fun Kids Ideas from Jen
Sarah of Little Bins for Little Hands
Sarah is a stay at home mama to one energetic four year old boy. Hands-on learning and sensory play are a big part of each day’s lessons and activities. Liam has Aspergers Syndrome and SPD, so each day is unique and a bit messy but fun! She is author of Little Bins For Little Hands.
Fun Kids Ideas from Sarah
- Birthday Themed Play Box for Practicing Social Skills
- DIY Marble & Peg Game
- Quick & Simple Musical Instruments
- Book Inspired Building Skills
Georgina of Craftulate
Georgina is the founder and editor of Craftulate, writing about crafts and activities suitable for toddlers and young children. She also loves papercraft, sewing, and cooking.
Fun Kids Ideas from Georgina
Felicia of Princess and the Rock
Felicia, a stay-at-home mother of two, is aspiring to be their greatest teacher. She occasionally dreams to be a fashionista in her too big maternity T-shirt and shorts while she indulges in some jewelry designing and crafting. Her two children, the Princess and the Rock are her main inspirations for her blog. The Princess and The Rock aims to detail some of her thoughts and learning on being the parent of Princess and the Rock and her homeschooling journey with them.
Fun Kids Ideas from Felicia
- Pointillism VS. “Printillism”
- A House for a Hermit Crab Craft
- DIY Kids Sprider Costume
- Fruity Jelly Pops
I don’t know about you, but seeing all of their creative kids ideas on their blogs just makes me so excited to see what they’ll share with us! We’ll get to see the first of their great ideas on Monday…
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