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With Halloween quickly approaching I have decided to get a head start in making treats and favors for my boys’ classmates. So today, I am sharing with you this awesome favor for when you want to opt out in giving candy (they’ll be getting plenty the entire night). Related Post:  Bat Craft ...

Here’s a cute idea for the upcoming Halloween season – Bat Night Kid Craft! Using just some inexpensive supplies like yellow tissue paper, a paper plate and bat cut outs on construction paper. Quick to make, yet spooky enough to display! Happy crafting my friends!!! ...

Each year on the first day of school I take an individual photo of lil B holding up a sign that says “My First Day in…..”. Check out a few examples below and be sure to check out the FREE printables! I made a few signs over the year – first started with a chalkboard style with simple props already at home but, then this year I decided to get a little bit more creative with the help of social media and my friends over at Creative Union Design. ...

Keeping my kids away from the tablet and from TV watching is no easy tasks, but when I promised I would share with them an easy and adorable craft they jumped at the chance. You can’t have summer without bugs, right? Bugs come in different colors and shapes which makes them so unique and special to the nature.  So make your bug buddies of your own to display. I promise they don’t bite! Here is what you will need! SUMMER BUG BUDDY CRAFT FOR KIDS • Pipe Stems – 100 Pieces • Pony Beads • Wiggly Eyes • Pom-Poms •...

I am no fan of the great outdoors so when this project was introduced to my campers, I couldn’t wait to explore it with my own little ones at homes. And it was a hit! Related Post: How To Build The Perfect Fort Here’a what you’ll need to make the perfect fake campfire: ...

You have already read the cool ways that you can teach reading and math with the use of plastic easter eggs, so today I am going to share with you how those very same plastic eggs can be turned into shakers just in time for Cinco De Mayo. ...

Do you remember last year’s Dr. Seuss preschool project? Well, since the kids and I had such a blast celebrating all things Dr. Seuss, we just had to keep the tradition going.  So in honor of our most recent favorite Dr. Seuss tale, we decided on The Lorax — check out this easy and most treasured arts and craft project to date. ...

By now you have been following my son’s Kindergarten school projects from Turkey in Disguise to decorating your gingerbread man and today I’ll be sharing with you our 100th Day of School project, as well as,  some cute and cleaver ones found over the web. ...

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