Another Shark post! Yay for Shark Week 🙂 We made these fun shark bottles last year at my Art Camp and the kids loved them! My children’s have lasted all year and still look almost exactly the same.
It’s Shark Season! Shark movies are on TV all the time and Shark week begins next week 🙂 My kids love sharks and all of my art class students do also. In fact each year during my art camps we dedicate one whole day to just Shark art and craft projects! This week I’m going … Continue reading
My children and art class students love to play with brightly colored pasta. So over the years I’ve experimented with ways to color pasta for art. I have decided on this method being the brightest and best so far 🙂
I have three children, 6, 6 and 4. Let me tell you how many times we have watched the Disney movie Frozen… nah, it’s too many to count. Like many parents of small children I know this movie better than I want to admit and can sing every song 🙂 So when I couldn’t take … Continue reading
This morning our science experiment was so simple and fun I wanted to share! Cleaning pennies! Yeah, it doesn’t sound fun but my kiddos loved it, and it is harder than you think 😉
I recently made some pretty simple dresses that only took a few things and about an hour of my time. They are easy, comfy and adorable so I just had to share with my readers!
I have been planning this fun bunny breakfast for a while! I cannot do it Easter morning since we attend a sunrise breakfast at our church. So I made it this weekend instead 🙂
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.