Hygge is so many things. It is cocoa by candlelight, laughing with friends, creating a cozy nest, and getting rid of distractions and stressors so you can enjoy the everyday. Those last two reasons are exactly why macrame and hygge pair so beautifully together. Macrame is a Great De-stressor When you are focusing on your… Continue reading Macrame and Hygge: Relax and Beautify
We are creating Pipe Cleaner Scribble Crafts today while reading "I'm Not Just A Scribble" by Diane Alber, and our kids cannot get enough! Crafting with pipe cleaners These little things may have to be one of my kid's favourite art supplies ever, and whenever I set them out on the table, they go bonkers… Continue reading Pipe Cleaner Scribble Craft for Kids ~ A Book Inspired Activity
Create this cute and simple Truffula Trees Craft at home with your kids with toothpicks, pompoms, sharpie markers, recycled styrofoam boxes, and tempera paint! Mr7 has really been interested in the Lorax, by Dr.Suess, and I have been reading it over and over again. He and I have come up be another cute recycled craft… Continue reading Truffula Trees Craft for Kids
Make Rainbow Seed Paper at home with your kids, while learning about springtime, seeds and planting a garden and read-aloud of The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle! We have been loving Rainbows lately, and since painting 100 Rainbow Rocks for counting and reading our favorite rainbow themed books, and after picking our 10 Favorite Activities for Earth… Continue reading Rainbow Seed Paper Craft for Kids & The Tiny Seed Read-Aloud
Create Raining Hearts Recycled Crafts with your kids while reading the children's book, "The Day It Rained Hearts" by Felicia Bond this Valentine's Day! Do you wish it would Rain Hearts on Valentine's Day? Well, it happened one day for Cornelia Augusta. A miracle happened, and each heart she collected was unique and different. They… Continue reading Raining Hearts Recycled Craft for Kids!
Make these fun and simple Tea Time Clay Treats with your kids, inside or outside in a mud kitchen, and enjoy our latest YouTube Video Art Project Tutorial! Setting Up A Mud Kitchen in Our Backyard has been really fun, and I wanted to break it in for the kids, to test out all the… Continue reading Tea Time Clay Treats in Our Mud Kitchen
Creating Mother's Day Crafts with your kids is a wonderful activity in both classroom, and home to allow children to reflect and share their love for mom! Enjoy our top 10 crafts for kids for Mother's Day! 10 Mothers Day Crafts for Kids I Love You to Pieces Craft | The Best Ideas for Kids… Continue reading 10 Mothers Day Crafts for Kids
Make this simple and cute Earth Day Garland that your kids will love to create this Earth Day, and download our Free Learning Pack! Earth Day is a loved holiday around here and is a great time to reflect on the beautiful world we live in, and all the blessings in it. Let's create some fun… Continue reading Earth Day Garland – Free Learning Pack for Kids!
Spring has sprung and Easter crafts are back! We are using our recycled materials to create some beautiful little Easter Egg String Art, plus reading the book "The Biggest Easter Basket Ever" by Steven Kroll. String art for kids Wrapping string around most anything can be relaxing and a great fine motor skill strengthening activity… Continue reading Easter Egg String Art – A Recycled Milk Jug Craft for Kids + Read-Aloud!
Since reading The Boy Who Became What He Ate we were inspired to create our own tinfoil egg holders for an exciting, fun and healthy breakfast just like Ollie! Do you want to try an Ollie Breakfast, but realize you don't have egg holders? No worries! I'll show you how to make your own in… Continue reading Tinfoil Egg Holders for an Ollie EggPop! Breakfast