Yes, it’s only November and my kids have been itching to build a snowman. Who can blame them, really? I mean, it has certainly felt cold enough for snowman building! Only one problem. We haven’t had a flake of snow yet! Well, not to worry. I’ve got a simple snowman making craft for you that will
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My daughter has been learning about rocks and minerals in her preschool class which got me thinking about the rocks I’ve had saved for quite some time now. Some were rocks from our yard, some we picked up while on vacation, and others actually came in a bag at my local dollar store. These treasures had been collecting
There’s just something about this time of year that is simply magical for me; the crisp air, the delightful smells, the fun family activities. Summer is great and all but fall holds a special place in my heart, along with good food and fun crafts, which is why I’ve decided to combine all three for
*Photo courtesy of Your Home Based Mom.* Last Easter I treated my office to a new Easter treat, courtesy of everyone’s favorite idea bank, Pinterest. I pinned this little gem around Easter last year from Your Home Based Mom, and had a blast dipping and sprinkling Peeps. This year, with Jake two years old, he
Today’s Create it Saturday project is like an art project and science project all in one! The best part? It’s easy-peasey and fun for the kiddos. What you will need: watercolor paints paintbrush paper salt Have your little one cover their paper with the watercolors. Next, sprinkle salt over the wet paint. (Hint: the “magic”
By the time you read this I will (hopefully) be close to arriving at our vacation spot in Maine. It’s a 6 hour trip without traffic or stops so we are leaving at 2:00 in the morning. Please, dear lord, let my two children sleep through this car ride! However, the ride home is a different
Wow have things changed! B.C. (Before Children) my magazine of choice would be a juicy Cosmo. Now, I am like a little kid on Christmas morning when I open up the mailbox to find my Parents magazine! I always find great tips, activities, and inspiration. I found this week’s Create it Saturday project in the latest issue.