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My seven-year-old son, Henry, had a cool homework assignment that he did an amazing job on that he wanted me to share on the blog! So here it is! Henry’s first grade class had a homework project to go along … Continue reading
… and a lot of these? You make an … Like most kids my sweeties are always picking wildflowers and giving me bunches of them. I saw this cute idea from the Red Chair blog on Pinterest and just had … Continue reading
Last week I shared the fun the kids and I had Creating Tape Town from a super cool kit that ALEX Toys sent us to review. This week I have another great kit to share “Make Stretch Putty” … Everything … Continue reading
I’ve been realizing that my almost 4 year old needs more work on identifying the letters in the alphabet. I saw an idea for making an Alphabet Monster Game from Little Family Fun. So we made our own version with … Continue reading
When I entered into the blogging world in the summer of 2011 I was first introduced to the world of water beads. An amazing substance of gel-like beads that grow or shrink depending how much water they are with … … Continue reading
This eggs-tra special post is a round up of all my eggs-traordinary Easter time fun! An Easter Egg Hunt that gets the kids moving and thinking. Fun for the WHOLE family! How about fun ways to play and learn with … Continue reading
Looking for some ways to celebrate St Patrick’s Day with children? Here are some ideas: Be sure to check out my post from last year with fun ideas such as making a leprechaun trap, an indoor gardening project of growing … Continue reading
I saw different versions of this project popping up on Pinterest, so I thought I’d give it a try. It was super easy and took about 30 minutes on a Sunday afternoon. I used a wooden frame that I had … Continue reading