It's that colorful time of year again! Fall is a great time to go outside with your preschooler and explore nature. Freshly fallen leaves can be used in a variety of easy craft activities. Use these easy preschool fall crafts to create and learn with your preschooler or toddler. Here are three preschool easy crafts...Read more
Making and blowing bubbles with your kids is one of the most carefree pastimes imaginable - giggles guaranteed! And yet, blowing bubbles without knowing these simple bubble recipe secrets can turn your bubble fun into a "bust"! With these simple bubble recipe secrets, making super-sized long-lasting bubbles is a cinch. Read more
Creating a family tree involves a good bit of time, effort and study. As you research the basic chart of ancestors, you will undoubtedly collect a treasure trove of documents, photographs, letters, and maybe even some diary or journal entries from your ancestors. A good way to preserve and display these records is through scrapbooking....Read more
A growth chart is a great way to keep up with the growth of a child. What a great memory tool for parents or grandparents alike! Traditionally, writing on a designated wall was the way to record a child's growth progress. However, for some, writing on the walls is altogether inappropriate. And if a home...Read more
I just love using old buttons in my craft projects. Here's ten quick and easy ideas to put those old buttons to use. For most projects, you will need a tube of craft glue, and hardware from your local craft supply shop, or items found at your local mart in the craft section.
I bet you haven't given this blowing bubble activity any thought as a child party activity? I'm not talking about little kids blowing little bubbles from those little containers - no, I'm talking about blowing HUGE bubbles. I bet you didn't even know that it was possible? Read more