To distract my three year old during a boring in between moment, I grabbed some clothes pins and made them talk to each other. She thought it was a hoot. I thought…”These would make great puppets!” So, I hopped on Illustrator and whipped some up. I was winging it, so I just picked a few random animals with long snouts that I thought I could recreate
It’s been a while since I’ve done some crafts with my kids, and with Earth Day coming up, it seemed like the perfect time to bust out the supplies and whip up something fun. To keep our project as earth friendly as possible, we decided to use an old paper grocery sack as the basis for our Earth Day grass crowns. MATERIALS paper sack green
My little Natalie has been learning her colors and learning to really into coloring as of late, so I whipped up these coloring dice as a fun way to reinforce what she’s learning. It’s such a simple idea, but she loves using them. It just puts a fun spin on learning colors and almost makes it feel like a game. The idea is to roll the
Need a winter boredom buster project? How about an easy snack idea? These snowflake tortillas are are both! They are super simple to make. Like so so so simple it hurts, and they are fun to make, for any age. They also give a whole new meaning to eating snow. ;) You simply fold a tortilla and, using clean kitchen shears,cut it up like you would a
Honey sticks are a favorite treat around here! So much so, that my ten year old decided he wanted to give them out for Valentine’s Day this year. What a cool kid, huh!? So, I whipped up some valentines for him and thought I would share them with you too! Simply grab the free printable HERE. Please note that it is hosted by google docs.