I included a box with some of the supplies ready to go for many of the activities and just some other activities just for fun. This was a hodge-podge of stuff to be used with kid tweezers - or to be placed on colored paper with tweezers to make a color match game.
5. Learning time - book time, alphabet cards, or just simply counting or talking about colors and shapes. No big production needed. Don't stress about this one - just talk to your kid and ask them lots of questions!
This list is not meant to convict or overwhelm, but to help young moms somehow capture some simple structure out of a life that is often dictated by toddler tirades and poopy diapers. The best advice is to keep it simple, but be INTENTIONAL. Plan your week and then do whatever you can to set yourself up for success! Make things easy for yourself!
Okay, you have to come back to my blog later in the week when I share the last part of this gift - and the part the girls and I really enjoyed.