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  • How to Recycle an Old Tire into a Fun DIY Wreath
    on Dec 3, 2016 in Kid Crafts Christmas recycled craft
      December means seeing colorful lights decorating trees and and porches as we drive home in the evenings.  In the past I’ve decorated a small shrub in the flower bed.  Unfortunately the shrub had to be torn out this summer, leaving the...
  • Melting Snowmen STEM Activity
    on Nov 28, 2016 in Science snowman STEM
      Brown cardboard packages are plentiful this time of year.  Along with the treasures the boxes hold inside, there are often packing peanuts.  The kids had so much fun using biodegradable packing peanuts in our Vanishing Ghosts activity, that...
  • Printable Christmas Scavenger Hunt
    on Nov 23, 2016 in Kids Activities Christmas
      Kids love scavenger hunts.  Last year I set up a simple Candy Cane Hunt that had the kids giggling and racing to find those red and white treasures.  This year I created our very own printable Christmas Scavenger Hunt to help get everyone in...
  • Tin Can Lanterns  There is just something magical about flickering lights coming from a collection of lanterns.  Whether they’re hanging from the trees at an outdoor party, or they are displayed on tables at a wedding, lantern light brings a new dimensi...
  • The Ultimate Gift Guide for Girls That Love Mermaids  This year we had the opportunity to take our daughter to see “real mermaids” at the local aquarium.  I filled up my phone with pictures of her playing pat-a-cake with the mermaid on the other side of the glass.  After going throu...
  • Native American Craft: Build a Wigwam  This year we are working on American history as we learn about the 50 states.  We spent several weeks talking about Jamestown and have begun talking about the Pilgrims and the Plymouth Colony.  Whether you are doing a Jamestown unit or are...
  • Thankful Turkey Paper Bag Puppet  Every week I watch as dozens of kids come out of  classrooms with smiles on their faces, the youngest grades (and even sometimes the older grades) carrying a craft they made.  I love our church’s religious ed. program.  The teachers d...
  • Floating Star Sensory Bottle  Several years ago I bought a cheap bottle of blue hair gel so I could make squish bags for my then toddler.  Afterwards we still had half a bottle of the gel, which got sat on a shelf and forgotten.  This week we used the hair gel to create...
  • Kids Craft: Colorful Spin Art Bunting
    on Aug 30, 2016 in Kid Crafts painting
      A huge grin covered my daughter’s face as she pressed the pump on the spinner over and over again.  Pink, blue, and green swirled together to form a blurred rainbow.  She was loving her first experience with spin art and she already h...
  • Practice Math Facts with Chutes and Ladders
    on Aug 25, 2016 in Math math facts
      He always laughs when I go down that purple slide once again.  (Every time we play I get stuck on that same slide, over and over again.)  Now that my kids are in elementary school, they may be past some of their favorite preschooler games,...
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