1. Happy Birthday Daddy!

    A present that is made by your kids is the best Birthday present you can get!!! I was thinking for the longest time just what I should buy my husband for his 40th Birthday. One day while my kids were painting with finger-paints on a big piece of paper I remembered that I have a few canvases just sitting in my office. I took them out and let the children have fun! Even I couldn't resist so I added…Read More

  2. The simplest macaroni and cheese!

    Anybody for a plate of mac and cheese? I knew it, everybody!!! And maybe two servings after you try this recipe. After trying numerous complicated and not so tasty recipes I almost gave up on the idea of making my own mac and cheese. And, than I took a cooking class for American cooking and I was the happiest person. The chef made the simplest and the tastiest cheese sauce that even my sister can …Read More

  3. Best Books for Preschoolers

    Want to know my kids’ favorite part of their bedtime routine? Having a book read to them! They are so exited because they can pick their own book, even when it is the same book over and over again. The feeling when they are going to tell what will happen next is priceless. Personally I like almost all types of books; however, whenever I go into a bookstore my husband is not so happy when I come …Read More

  4. Yummy Apple, Peach, and Plum Sauce

    My kids and I love applesauce. After reading the ingredients, especially how much sugar there is in the store bought brands and looking at some really quick and easy recipes, I made my own in a slow cooker! It came out so good and it took me only 15 min of preparation and 5 min to put in into the jars after 4.5 hours in the slow cooker. I used around 20 apples. I had few peaches and 15 plums at ho…Read More

  5. Manners Hats

    At Toddler Town, learning about good manners is part of the curriculum. Our kids have a lot of fun making their manner hats. Here's a great way to help your child learn and understand manners at home! To make these hats you will need: • 1 Old brown bag cut in strips of 2-3” • Paint and paint brushes • Glue • Colorful cutouts on which you can write down all the manners that your child cu…Read More

  6. Favorite Websites!

    This week I wanted to share with everybody my favorite websites for parenting and recipe suggestions. The first one is Parents.com. You can find everything in one place, from pregnancy to school age, from healthy recipes to outdoor fun. I love their food category! There is an article for Creative and Healthy Ways to Serve Fruit for Dinner. I found this one recently and my kids loved it. 15-Minute…Read More

  7. Practicing Manners

    This is a fun and creative way we practice manners at Toddler Town, and an easy to do home event too! We practice "Please", "Thank You", and "You're Welcome" in English, Spanish, German, and French! It also helps all of the children learn about other languages and cultures.…Read More

  8. Rainbow Project

    For this Toddler Town project, we had the children make a rainbow after a rainy day! Assemble Blank Paper, and washable hand stamps Place hand on stamp pad Place hand on paper; the designs are endless!…Read More

  9. Paper Roll Octopus

    Gather paper rolls, googly eyes, glue, paint, and safety scissors. Cut 8 slits half way up the paper roll to create the tentacles. Paint roll. When the paint is dry, glue on googly eyes and you are finished! Time to play under the sea!…Read More

  10. Beautiful Bubble Art

    Recycle old bubble sticks, and create unique one of a kind art! What you'll need: white paper, soap, food coloring and old bubble sticks in any shape. Mix soap & food coloring in shallow bowls Have children dip bubble sticks in bowls and then blow bubbles onto white paper Let bubbles dry, and you have beautiful bubble art!…Read More