WARNING: This is addictive. Start slow.

Consider this fair warning. Sewing is like the thing you swear you are never going to do. At least for me, I never really aspired to have stacks of fabric around, lose threads all over the floor and a sewing machine (OR THREE). Never did I think vacations and little treasured moments of free time… Read more »

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Crescent Moon of Yellow Cheese… How Delicious You Are!

Here’s a fresh spin on homemade goldfish! I found a fantastic easy recipe here. It’s fast, too. We used cookie cutters to press out crescent moons for our Space Camp. But we also made cheddar sharks… …and dinosaurs… and dolphins… …and more. How many cookie cutters can you fit on this extra bit of dough?… Read more »

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A Puzzler

Our voyage has taken us deep into Space by now. In addition to exploring the solar system through crafts, books, and science experiments… there is also play. This one is for my friends with craft aversions. No glue, tissue paper, paper plates or construction paper were used in the making of this post! I found… Read more »

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A Toddler Date Under the Stars… @ 3AM!

I’ve warned you about how my brain works… that out of the many voices talking in my head (sometimes to each other) not a one of them ever suggests I quit while I’m ahead or just let it be enough. And so in that fine setting, the thought started, “If I am going to teach… Read more »

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Fly Me to the Moon!

Want your pumpkins occupied for the morning or afternoon? Send them straight to the moon. This lunar themed sensory bin is the ticket for space exploration! Your roasting pan will be home to a load of silky “moon sand”, space toys and small containers for sand molding. Here’s the step by step. SUPPLIES: Flour (10… Read more »

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3-2-1 Blast Off!

Want an exciting way to teach your pre-schooler to count backwards? Watch video of Space Shuttle launches. This is how we are starting our day, by watching Discovery launch over and over again… and counting along! With the launch looped in the background, we embark on making our very own Space Shuttle, using a paper… Read more »

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