Former preschool teacher and super fun mom Jill Riley, A Mom With a Lesson Plan, is here to give us some great ideas as to what to do with our little ones outside of the usual trips to the playground and library!

Fun & Educational Activities for Young Children You Can Do at Home

by Carrie Rubin & Jill Riley | Surviving Early Childhood Summit

In Jill’s interview you will learn:
  • How to use her lesson plans to come up a week’s worth of educational and fun activities for your little one
  • How to teach your children responsibility and make your life easier at the same time (who doesn’t want that, right??)
  • Her favorite games for younger children and other ways to create family connection
  • What out of the ordinary craft supplies she recommends having on hand for imaginative creative play
  • How to use knock knock jokes (her free gift!) creatively to make the day run smoother
  • A creative activity to get your kids to wash their hands properly
  • Outdoor activities for all seasons: winter, spring, summer and fall!
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Jill’s free gift is a month’s worth of printable Knock Knock jokes (a $4 value)!


Jill Riley, A Mom With a Lesson Plan

Jill Riley is a writer who focuses most of her creative energy into her playful learning, playful parenting blog  A Mom with a Lesson Plan. She is mom to a 10 year old son and an 8 year old daughter. Jill is passionate about kid activities, simple parenting and connecting as a family.

Jill was a part of the Surviving Early Childhood Summit.