Time to dig through your recycling bin. This craft is easily made with bits of tissue paper, cardboard, ribbon, paint, and glue. Grab your munchkins and you’ll have this Valentine decor ready to display in no time at all. Paint your hearts. We cut ours out of cardboard boxes. Cereal boxes will work well, too…. Read more »Read More
Beautiful Changing Leaves (and an easy way to celebrate them)
Here’s an easy way to celebrate fall with your little ones! Our autumn tree is made up of a very special trunk! We painted C’s arm and hand and printed it on the page. For the leaves, I gave C a palette of fall paint colors and another plate full of torn up tissue paper… Read more »Read More
Jetpack Super Power
Sometimes in life you just need a little extra umph. So, today, we are making a jet pack… or personal rocket engine, if you prefer. It’s fun and keeps my monkey’s interest in Space study alive and well. It also makes small bikes move at turbo speeds. Or so it seems. I found the idea… Read more »Read More
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 »Read More