Here’s a fun art project that’s a good one to do outside as it can get a little messy: paper marbling! It involves shaving cream, tempra paints, and a lot of fun! This is what you’ll need to get started: A can or two of shaving cream Wide, shallow pan, such as a 9” x 13” baking pan (can use a disposable pan) Food
A rainy day is the perfect day for getting together to play a game!
This easy-to-make bookmark is a great way to save your place!
Get creative and express yourself with this fun collage craft.
Using the picture book Diary of a Worm as an example, your child can write his own creative animal diary.
Here’s a fun activity that will get creative juices flowing! All you need are some random objects and a little imagination to advertise them.
This pet is not only fun to create, but it’s also one Mom and Dad won’t mind having around the house.
One of our favorite picture books is The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. In the story, the caterpillar comes out of his egg and is very hungry. He eats and eats and eats until he makes a cocoon – later to emerge as a beautiful butterfly. And what does he eat? He starts off with an apple, then goes through pears, plums, strawberries,
Resolutions are not just for adults. if you help your kids make resolutions they can commit to and accomplish, it will teach them discipline and motivation, while helping them set goals.
There is still plenty of time this summer for our kids to learn and participate in social and environmental activism. By helping, changing a life, making a difference, kids can learn how good it feels to get involved in a meaningful way and give back. Activism is not just for adults. Children of all ages can bring about vast change in the lives of