Jumping Bean will be 36 months Tuesday 7/27!
Jumping Bean is learning how to count and recongnizing his numbers. So I made him a pom pom sensory box & threw in drinking caps with numbers 0-5 on them for him to find, pull out, put in numberical order and then pull out pom poms to place underneath with the corresponding numbers.

Using ice cube trays to place pom poms in them – I was doing this with the baby & he wanted to do it to!
Baby Cat is 15 months
placing pom poms in the slots in the ice-cube trays
Then when she was done – she was proud of herself so he gave herself an applause!
My favorite pics from the week:
Dress up at a friend’s baby’s 1st birthday party
The 2 boys playing Bibleman – I love to hear them say while they play “The Lord is great!” – they LOVE Bibleman!

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  1. Great idea with the pom poms and caps!! My little lady is almost 2, I think I will do this for her! Great pictures too 🙂

  2. What a great idea to help tots learn counting! I am definitely going to try this with my son Daniel! Thank you so much for sharing this idea!

  3. What a fun idea!

  4. That is a great idea!

  5. Such a fun idea! And I love the expressions on your little girl’s face as she’s playing with the pom-poms. Good idea! My 2-yo is very interested in counting right now and this would be a great activity for us. 🙂 Thanks for the inspiration!

  6. She is doing an excellent job with that eye-hand coordination. Love the idea:)

  7. Those pics are adorable! I need to find pom poms that big for Baby N to experiment with. fun!

  8. What a great idea for practicing numbers! And I love the dress up pictures.

  9. Love all the pompom games!! I really love the use of milk caps to count pompoms!

  10. Hi There! I’m stopping bye to say hello from Monday’s FMYH. I hope you can stop by and visit. Have a great Monday!


  11. I love this! Thanks for the great idea!

  12. What great pom pom games! Love the picture of Cat clapping for herself!

  13. love these ideas so much!

  14. I really like how this activity spans several ages- instead of having to make something completely new as they get older. Thanks so much for sharing.

  15. I love the pompom sensory box with math thrown in. Great idea!

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