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Make a Springtime Bingo Game
Using springtime stickers and cardboard you can make a bingo game that will be easy to play with young children. Or use the same concept with holiday themes, Superhero stickers, flowers, animals sticker or any other kind of stickers and have a fun game ready in minutes.
Make a Spring Chick Book
Read about spring, talk about the first signs of spring and then make a Spring Chick Book with your child. They can tell you some of their favorite signs of spring.
The Pony Craft Book - Book Review
This book is full of crafts for people that are crazy about horses. Some of the feature projects are for your favorite horse, your stable, your school, decorating your room, organizing your desk and party planning.
Celebrate World Ocean Day
When you think of oceans, what is the first thought that comes to your mind? Playing in the sand and surf? Collecting shells or digging for clams? Snorkeling or collecting driftwood? It is important for us to do what we can to take care of our oceans.
The Creative Family - Book Review
The author speaks of her creativity and how she loved feeling connections with women from the past through their handiwork in their objective to keep their family warm and clothed...She felt that creativity made her more patient and a more mindful parent.
Make a Seed Mosaic
An inside activity for a summer day when it is too hot to play outside. Or perfect to do when it is too cold to go outside to play. You probably have most of needed the ingredients for this craft right in your kitchen cupboards.
Grow a Rainbow in your Garden
A spring gardening opportunity with your children as you enjoy the colors of the rainbow. We love to see it rain because we know that we will see a rainbow after as the rain is gone. There is something magical about gardening. Children have the opportunity to witness a miracle.
Do the Craft . . . then read the book
To help get your children engaged in the story an great idea is to do the crafting first, then read the book. Share the time together with your child.
Make a Pencil Pouch
Whether you go to school, or school at home it is always nice to have a new pencil pouch. Now you can make one that expresses your own individuality.
Stuffed Hearts and Valentine Boxes
Valentine’s Day is February 14th. Make some sparkly stuffed hearts to decorate your room or to give to someone special.
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