I’ve been working with my 1.5 year old to help him learn some of his basics lately like ABCs, 123s, shapes, colors, animals and their sounds and body parts. I have gone through a few different teaching tools and games and I thought I would post a review so that other people might have an easier time finding good stuff. He is too little to really sit and learn anything, of course, but everyday I try to find time to play with him in an educational way and incorporate learning without it feeling like pre-school. I’ve listed my favorite 6 toys and the alternatives that didn’t work out so well to hopefully save you a little work 🙂
My husband and I have been backyard chicken owners for about 4 years now and we absolutely love it. However, I have learned a few things along the way that I wish I had known before we started this adventure. (My husband, on the other hand, would definitely have taken the time to learn these things had I not just come home with them one day.) There are lots of small things that make owning chickens a little easier than it already is. Here is a list of 8 things I wish I had known before I had started.