Loose Parts Play
Loose parts play is a perfect way to bring play-based learning into your home, classroom, or homeschool experience. Loose parts play involves giving children a variety of open-ended materials to...
Today's activity looks a little bit different. Instead of setting up an activity for our little ones, we'll be rotating toys around and encouraging them to play with new things. This activity is a...
Have Fun with Your Kids at Home
Normally, I focus exclusively on our littlest learners. In light of the recent news regarding COVID-19, I decided to put together a list of things you can do with your kids while they're home from...
Outdoor Toys for Toddlers
Warmer weather is approaching which means more opportunities for outside play with our little ones. I believe outside play is good for so many reasons, but that's a post for another time. Today, I...
How to Color Rice
We love using colored rice in our sensory play. They make a great base for sensory bins and sound lovely inside of a bottle. Colored rice looks more festive and can help you bring new experiences...
Our Littlest Learners: Babies, Toddlers, and Preschoolers
Today, I’m sharing how we define babies, toddlers, and preschoolers here at Little Learning Moments. I’m hoping that this will help you as you navigate through the activities on the site and in the accompanying Facebook group.
Bag of Tricks: Activities for Your Toddler
Toddlers are constantly learning and growing. Keep these simple items in your diaper bag at all times to help keep their growing minds and bodies busy and happy.
Getting Started with Sensory Play
Getting started with sensory play doesn’t have to be hard. Check out these simple tips for keeping it fun and stress free.
Five Simple Activities to do with Your Preschooler
Preschoolers are becoming independent, but they can still benefit from a little guidance. Check out this post for activity ideas that will help them learn and grow!