Paper flowers are a fun craft to do any time of the year. Spring is an especially colorful time to celebrate the rebirth of the flowers, but seasons like winter deserve a little extra color too! Paper flowers also make fantastic additions to greeting cards, wrapped gifts, invitations, and party decorations. Here are 5 paper […]
Roo and I just finished a Butterfly Themed Unit in our preschool curriculum. The butterfly crafts were a huge hit! Each themed unit involves at least one alphabet activity, one counting activity, a few STEM activities, several books to read, and lots of crafts!
Do you have trouble getting your toddler into the bath? Sometimes, it’s way more fun to get dirty than to get clean afterwards! Creative bath time activities are some of Roo’s favorite things to do and are garunteed to get her in without a fuss everytime. Bath paint, bath crayons, and bath playdough are all super fun. Here are some recipes for you to make them at home for your next bath time!
Why should we constantly search for books for our kids? We all know reading to our children is important. It’s essential for encouraging early literacy and an eagerness to read later in life. But did you know it’s important to developing creativity too? Even as early as infants, children benefit from seeing the colorful illustrations […]
Most kids love giving gifts, especially if it’s something they made themselves. A kid-made gift is so special. Parents, Grandparents, Teachers… there isn’t a care-giver in the world that wouldn’t love a hand-made gift from your child. What would make it twice as nice? A kid-made gift, personalized with a name or initials!
Nature walks with Roo have been one of our favorite activities together. She calls it “esploring.” It’s amazing how a little exercise and fresh air lifts both of our moods. Granted I don’t get much of a workout at the pace she keeps, but the memories are so much more important! We discuss creation, the […]
I’ve compiled a list of kid’s sewing projects for you and your children. Only a few involve actual sewing and are therefore appropriate for preschoolers and toddlers.
It’s apple season! And what a better time to do some apple themed activities with your preschooler. (I say preschooler, most of these activities are suited for kids anywhere between 2 and 6) Roo and I began homeschooling last year when she was two. Each week we would learn a new letter and do projects […]
I planned a rainbow themed party for my rainbow loving girl. It was a huge hit with her and her little friends. Everything down to the food was rainbow themed. Here’s how I did it. The decorations for this rainbow themed party were ridiculously easy but SO cute. First…
This week was a doozy. I had a self imposed deadline to get my new product line in the store. This meant: Finishing the crafts Taking pictures Taking promotional videos Sitting down for a Facebook Live video Promoting the video on social media And so on… I included Roo on as much as I could, […]