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Printable Play Date Invitations
Printable Play Date Invitations

Can you say block party? Make play dates fun and organized. The Roundabouts song “Sunny Day” inspired your free printable play date invitations, since they love to play play play! Print, cut, and fill in all of the relevant details and get everyone excited for play time together. Have your people call my people, let’s... Read more »

Super Simple Calendar
Super Simple Calendar

Welcome to the Super Simple Calendar 2023-2024! These monthly calendars were created with teachers and parents of little ones in mind. They are beautifully designed to add a decorative aspect to your space, as well as offering something fun and educational to do every day from Super Simple – it can be a craft, worksheet,... Read more »

Bumble Nums Restaurant Play Set
The Bumble Nums Restaurant Play Set

We know that for children play is not just a way to spend time and have fun – it’s an important purpose in cognitive development. Research shows that children learn best when they are active and engaged, and it’s been found to improve a number of critical skills like language, creativity, problem-solving, math, social skills,... Read more »

New Year's Eve Activities
Top Ten New Year’s Eve Activities From Super Simple!

The New Year is on it’s way and we have some great activities ready for you, so you can celebrate in style with the whole family! New Year’s Eve Countdown With Caitie & Tobee For little ones who won’t make it to midnight, celebrate early with Caitie and Tobee! Caitie is having a New Year’s... Read more »

Ten Christmas Activities From Super Simple
Ten Christmas Activities From Super Simple

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! It’s also a time when the kids are out of school, everyone is staying inside more, and there always seems to be endless things to do! Christmas can be a little stressful, so we got ten great activities listed here to make things a little easier for... Read more »

Super Simple's Top Ten Christmas Crafts!
Super Simple’s Top Ten Christmas Crafts!

Christmas is coming! It’s time for Christmas lights, decorations…and of course, Christmas crafts! We have your covered with lots of festive crafts for different skill and age levels. Some are great stand alone Christmas crafts, and some go along with your favorite Super Simple Christmas songs and shows. Pick one or try them all, and... Read more »

Ten Halloween Crafts & Activities from Super Simple!
Ten Halloween Crafts & Activities from Super Simple!

It’s Halloween time! The season of pumpkins and all things spooky, and we have a great list of our favorite Halloween crafts and activities to get you in the mood. These crafts and activities are a great follow up to your favorite Super Simple Halloween content, like our Halloween songs, or the Halloween episodes of... Read more »

en Make-And-Learn Activities from Super Simple
Ten Make-And-Learn Activities from Super Simple

Playing is a wonderful way to encourage learning and development in little ones. It’s hands on learning at its best, and your little learner might not even realize that they are gaining new vocabulary and practicing their skills. We’ve put together a list of ten games, crafts, and activities from Super Simple that you can... Read more »

Ten Ways To Watch & Learn With Super Simple
Ten Ways To Watch & Learn With Super Simple

This list from Super Simple makes finding educational and enriching video content for kids easy. These series are a wonderful supplement to at home learning, or a great way for little ones to chill out in front of the TV but still be working on their development. We also made free worksheets to go along... Read more »

DIY Hand Sanitizer
DIY Hand Sanitizer Spray

Nothing can replace hand washing when it comes to staying clean and sanitary, but if you’re out and about it’s a great idea to carry some hand sanitizer just in case. Our spritzer version can be used on hands or surfaces as a quick disinfectant spray. Here’s what you’ll need to make 1 1/3 cups:... Read more »

Potty Training 101
Potty Training 101

Crawling ✔. Walking ✔. Weaned ✔. Talking ✔. Now for potty training… As well as it being an achievement for our children, it is a huge milestone for parents and it can be the most daunting one at that. It is one that can’t be escaped from, but it shouldn’t be one of concern and... Read more »

Spreading Joy #6 - Kindness Rocks
Spreading Joy #6 – Kindness Rocks

Can you imagine just for one moment, if instead of all those apocalyptic films of humanity trying to survive a zombie contagion, that instead the future held a worldwide kindness contagion? Kindness and love spreading over the Earth in a beautiful ripple effect. Think back to a time when you were feeling low, down in... Read more »

Healthy Habits for Warm Weather
Healthy Habits for Warm Weather

Spring has sprung! Or almost, at least! When I think of Spring and Summer time I think of being outside, swimming, enjoying the sunshine and when it comes to food – I think of cooling, delicious, healthy foods that work well for ourselves and our children’s bodies. When we eat foods that are local and... Read more »

Common Strengths in Autism
Common Strengths in Autism

Autism is often talked about by its signs, symptoms, and deficits. It’s generally thought of as a disorder with significant differences than the “typical” population. It’s frequently misunderstood and many people are afraid of an Autism diagnosis either for themselves or their child. But there is a new movement, called Neurodiversity, that aims to increase... Read more »

Autism: Different Than You Might Think
Autism: Different Than You Might Think

Autism. Seeing or hearing this word can impact people in so many different ways. For some, it’s an everyday word. It may remind parents of their child and light up their face. Or it may be a word that describes who they are as a person. For others, it might remind them of their child’s... Read more »

Reading a book together
Let’s read together: three steps for a super special storytime

By Lorraine Akemann, marketing and outreach, Khan Academy Kids One of my favorite parts of early parenting was storytime at the local library. As a mother of two—now teenage—daughters, some of my fondest memories involve spending time reading to them from the library’s bountiful selection of children’s books. I’m happy to report that although my... Read more »

Coloring Page
Pirate Ship Journey Line and Color Printables

Ahoy me mateys! We hope you have been enjoying our new pirate series and all the activities that have been coming out with them. We have put together some color by numbers and line practice that compliment the show and get your kids more involved! Before you go ahead and get started with those, we’d... Read more »

ABC Pirates Promo Image
Arrrgh You Ready to Learn with ABC Pirates?

Super Simple has just released the first three episodes of Captain Seasalt and the ABC Pirates and parents and teachers everywhere are loving it! ABC Pirates episodes are short, 7-9 minute shows that focus on learning one letter per video. This makes them perfect to introduce a new letter to a child or classroom, with... Read more »

Storytime Yoga
Getting Started with Storytime Yoga

How I Got Started Getting into storytime yoga was a fairly easy transition for me, as I wanted to be able to teach classes that I was also able to bring my toddler to. I am very lucky to teach yoga in a massage therapy clinic whose owner is very supportive of offering activities for... Read more »

Valentine's Snack
Valentine’s Snacktivity Round Up

February….a month of all things red, pink, sweet, and full of love! I like to get my kids involved with making red and pink foods all month long that are tasty, nutritious, and not loaded with sugar! One idea is to add roasted beets, beet powder, red peppers, or fresh/frozen berries to your favourite pancake,... Read more »

Woman Kissing Baby
Top Tips for Choosing a Daycare

I never dreamed of being a stay at home mom. That is, until it was time for me to go back to work. My daughter and I had created this great routine of outings, visits, play times and naps. (I especially loved the naps!) The last week before school started, I tried extra hard to... Read more »

Heart wall hanging
Spreadable Joy: Post-It Note Affirmations

Introducing The Spreadable Joy Series February. The month of chocolates and roses. The month of love. Some love it, some not so much. For lots it is an opportunity to ‘show’ their loved ones how much they care. For others it is just another month the shops take advantage of the shoppers in an act of commercialisation.... Read more »

More Circle Time
More Circle Time!

A few months ago I wrote about Circle Time, a great way to keep a group of kids entertained and/or focused. I gave you three Circle Time games to try the next time you find yourself with a group of kids and now I have three more to share! Counting Circle This game is great... Read more »

Food on Blue Placemat
Six Lifestyle Tips for Combating Seasonal Affective Disorder

Did you know that winter blues are a real thing?! “Seasonal Affective Disorder” (SAD) is very real and sometimes we forget that this can affect children too. If you and/or your kids are feeling a little down this winter, here are a few tips for brightening your spirits. 1. Be intentional about vitamin D intake.... Read more »

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