Groundhog Day is such a fun way to get kids excited about the Spring. Preschoolers through first graders may enjoy making predictions on if it will see his shadow. It is also a great way to introduce kids to shadows, shadow puppets, and shadow play! A groundhog also makes an adorable fun food idea whether . . . . .
I am super excited to share our penguin snowglobe sensory craft with you! It turned out adorable and my preschooler loves it! It’s inspired by this fun snowman snowglobe from No Time for Flash Cards. Be sure to check it out! She used used a couple different materials and has some great tips. This penguin . . . . .
Big Brother recently turned 7. He is just as obsessed with penguins as he was when he was 2 years old. Little Sister and I went shopping together so that she could pick out a gift for his birthday. She picked out the cutest toy penguin! My son already has several of the Ty beanie . . . . .
Is it cold by you? It finally started getting cold where we live so I thought it would be the perfect time to feature snowman crafts and activities for kids and moms. Snowman Crafts and Activities For the Artsy Kids: Build a snowman with glass gems. Use a paper plate to make a pop-up snowman . . . . .
We made snow many adorable Christmas crafts using homemade puffy paint. Head on over to the Gummy Lump Toys blog to see all of them and to get the super easy-to-make recipe. Above is the melted snowman Little Sister made. Below if the puffy snowman painting Big Brother made.