I’m a lifelong learner and book lover. I want this for my children also. They are young but it is not too early to encourage and cultivate their love of books and reading. Here are some ways I do this with my own children.
Yes Easter is still two weeks away, but my kids have been begging to dye Easter eggs since February. I blame Walmart for getting all of the Easter stuff out the day after Valentines Day! I have held my kiddos off as long as possible and finally surprised them yesterday with Color Surprise Erupting Egg … Continue reading
Who doesn’t love glow fun?! My kiddos love it! Glow fun in the bath tub with glowing paint? Let’s just say my 3 year old cried when I made him get out after an hour 🙂 Best part is there are only 2 ingredients for this fluffy glowing bath paint!
This week in my art class we did a fun and simple project, Fingerprint Crosses! I love giving them projects to take home and display that go with the season. So thinking about Easter and my elementary art students I settled on these fun crosses!
So as Easter approaches I’m faced with another holiday that my kids will receive a lot of candy they don’t need. We usually have Halloween candy until the next year when I finally dump it because maybe 5% was eaten. We just don’t allow a lot of extra sugar in our house. It isn’t good … Continue reading
So we just traveled home today after a nice week’s vacation at my parents house. It was obvious all the way home that my children had just left their Irish Grandmother’s house very close to St. Patrick’s Day! All the way home we heard them chattering about gold, leprechauns and shamrocks 🙂 I adore watching … Continue reading
Today I’m sharing several rainbow art ideas for kids. These are fun to do around St. Patrick’s Day. Some I even used in my weekly elementary art class.
Rainbow fun in our house this week with my kids as we approach St. Patrick’s Day! Who doesn’t love pancakes?! Well my kids had a blast making these bright and yummy pancakes 🙂