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Welcome to Mom’s Library. Today we share some more book recommendations from our wonderful moms. You know these books are good, because there are from real moms who have read the books themselves and read them with the kids. Here we go: 6 Book Lists for Kids Recommended by Real Moms Art Themed Children's Books Books Children's book authors liked when they were young Early Chapter Books Books about crab Best Books for preschoolers Best books for middle schoolers Looking… Read More

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It is time for Mom's Library! Today we feature some fun summer crafts for kids to do at home. They are all easy and fun, using materials you can find in your house. Looking at them - snakes, pigs, beach ball, popsicle sewing cards, ... Kids will learn about colors, practice using scissors and sewing with thread and needle. Take a look and don't forget to link up activities you've done with your kids. Color mixing beach ball Gelatin Sun Catcher… Read More

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It is time for Mom's Library! Today we share science topics you can explore with kids in summer. These topics are fun to explore all year long, but are easier or more fun to do them in summer, such as star gazing, studying bugs. My favorite is the experiment about sun light and light refraction. It is so cool to watch the effect and I am sure kids will love it. Learn about sun light and light refraction, and I am sure kids will… Read More

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Welcome to Mom's Library. Are you ready for the summer? Sometimes I am dread of summer. Kids will be home for 3 months, and how can we keep them active - not only physically, but also intellectually? In this post, we put together all featured summer learning ideas and activities from the past, so we have the ultimate guide of fun summer learning activities for kids. Here you will find outdoor physical activities, summer science activities, learning activities, and summer… Read More

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How is your summer so far? We are having fun and busy. We had a lot rain recently so I have been looking for summer indoor activities that are fun and educational. Here are some ideas I found from our summer link up. Set up a fishing bond in the house, have kids fish for colors, numbers, or letters. Do some science experiments together, I like these open ended science experiments Summer is a great time to catch up readings… Read More

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Welcome back to Mom’s Library. Today we continue our summer fun activities for kids series. If you missed last week’s Backyard activities, make sure visit 10 Fun Backyard Activities for Kids. Today we are featuring 10 fun water play activities at home for kids. It is nice you can go to a swimming pool or beach, but you don’t have to go swimming to have water fun. Take a look at these fun ideas to play with water at home. Make… Read More

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Welcome to Mom’s Library. Are you celebrating Father's Day? Any plans on making Father's day special for kids and father? Today we are sharing 6 activities you can do with kids to make this Father's Day special. They are all easy activities requiring little or no special materials. Have fun. Make a Father’s Day card, and you can use these two free Father’s Day printables. Make a sand art decorative paper weight as Father’s Day gift. It is my favorite on the list… Read More

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It is time for Mom’s Library again. Summer is a great time to catch up on some fun reading. Today I put together over 200 books recommended from moms. They range from readings for toddlers to school age kids, from books about Asia to books about transportation. Hope you can find some books for your kids and enjoy! Have preschoolers at home? Have they read books about these 12 book characters for preschoolers? Toddlers like to read and go do something, here… Read More

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It is time for Mom’s Library again. Have you been outside a lot lately? It is the perfect season to be outside in most North America region. There is so much kids can learn while being outside. Today we are featuring 6 ideas to encourage kids curiosities about nature and expand their curiosities into science studies. Enjoy! While you are outside with kids, you can Observe and learn about insects, such as beetles Watch how plants and trees such as apple… Read More

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It is time for Mom’s Library again. Yesterday, I saw a discussion on a Facebook group about how much the schools have cut on special classes. Looks like many schools have very little time for art. But art is important in children’s development. They learn observing things around them, pay special attentions to details they would otherwise miss. The creation process requires all senses, imagination and coordination. Today we are sharing some fun simple art ideas for kids, hope you… Read More

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Welcome to Mom’s Library. Now it is warm outside, it is perfect time to play outside. Today we are sharing 5 fun outdoor activities for kids shared by moms, including a water wall built by pool noodles, a small pond sensory play with a big plate, some egg confetti, a party at the zoo, and nature explore with a DIY nature notebook. Do you have fun outdoor ideas? Please share! Create a simple pond small world for sensory play Make… Read More

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Welcome to Mom’s Library. We are sharing spring and Easter activities for kids today. You will find fun spring themed learning activities and crafts, free printables, activities with Easter eggs, and more. Keep on reading to find what we have. For younger kids, we have more than 100 spring themed activities: Spring sensory bin Spring flowers with Recycled Materials For older kids, make sure visit Over 100 spring learning activities. There are tons of spring activities, including activities for Lent… Read More

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It is time for Mom’s Library! Today we are featuring ideas of repurpose and reuse household items for learning activities at home. Engaging kids in productive learning doesn't need be expensive. This week many moms linked up their creative ways to reuse and repurpose some common household items to keep kids engaged in learning activities. Some items are even things you may otherwise throw away. Let's take a look. Learn number, shape, color with salt in a box Learn letters and spelling… Read More

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Welcome to Mom’s Library! Fine motor skills are important in children’s development. They are essential to many self-care activities, such as feeding and dressing. They are also important building stones for communication skills in young children. Writing a name or message, manipulating a computer mouse, and typing on the keyboard, all require fine motor skills. Today I am featuring 6 sets of fun fine motor activities that your kids will love. Do you kids like any animals? Bury animal food… Read More

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Welcome to Mom’s Library! Today we are featuring 5 Science and Math Games for Preschool kids. I believe kids should start science and math early in their life. Many concepts are simple that even toddles and preschool kids can understand. Of course, we need do it right, so kids not only understand the concepts, but also have fun learning the concepts. Today's features are all easy and fun activities for preschool kids. Let's start with preschool math game of mega block puzzles… Read More