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Pin It For Christmas 2010 we got the family a Wii. And created a monster. Well, kinda … Henry, my NOW 6-year-old son, LOVES playing and it is usually a struggle to limit his time on it. However, I have … Continue reading
So, here’s DAY 5, the final day of the Shadow Play series of posts. I hope you’ve enjoyed them as much as I have creating them! Since I’ve been posting about our shadow play this week, I also wanted to … Continue reading
Another fun game we’ve been playing lately is a guessing game with photographs of interesting shadows. I take the pictures and have the kids guess what the shadow is of. Henry, my 5 year old, really enjoys this game. Here … Continue reading
Ever since Groundhog’s Day we’ve been talking about shadows. Honor (age 2 1/2) asked her big brother, Henry (almost 6), “What’s a shadow?” He responded, “You know, that dark thing that looks just like you and follows you everywhere.” That … Continue reading
When I told Henry about participating in TinkerLab’s Paper Bag challenge, he immediately had an idea. ”I know, we should make it into a Mystery Bag!” The “Mystery Box” has been a school favorite activity for him since he … Continue reading
In just the 4 months since my last Favorite iPhone Apps for Kids post, we have already found several more that we are really enjoying. I think you, and your kids, will enjoy them too! Doodle Ships – (free) A … Continue reading
Here’s some MORE of our favorite games (and their benefits of playing them): I Can Do That! – A Cat in The Hat themed game where kids (even very young kids, like 2 and up) and parents can play together. … Continue reading
Have any of those fun rubber ducks laying around? We have several sets … including Halloween and Thanksgiving ones. And other than them being a cute table decoration and/or give away at a party, we invented a fun, easy game … Continue reading