Do you ever wonder how Christmas is celebrated around the world? My son LOVES to learn about different countries (a bit obsessed!). Have you heard about The Legend of the Poinsettia, a Mexican folklore popular around Christmastime? Today we are sharing a related book as well as a poinsettia ornament craft inspired by it. It also . . . . .
Lately, my five year old has been running around saying, “You can’t catch me, I’m the gingerbread girl!” It’s perfect that she’s so into it because this week’s Virtual Book Club theme is The Gingerbread Man. Here is a super simple Gingerbread Man puppet craft that’s sure to have your kids giggling while they pretend . . . . .
One of the thing that we love to do together since starting this blog is book-inspired activities. Not only is it the perfect way to spend mommy and me time (or daddy, grandma, big brother….), it’s also a great way to expand a child’s vocabulary. It’s important to expose babies and toddlers to as many words as . . . . .
Who loves tea parties? We all do, right? Well, you will love this post, too, because it is about an awesome book called Chimpanzees for Tea, about tea party crafts and it is all so much fun! My daughter and I love having tea parties regularly, so this list of crafty tea party activities will be . . . . .
Have you ever wanted a pet dinosaur? I sure haven’t but my kids are loving their pretend mini dinosaurs in a jar. They even have names. Arrow is the name of the blue tyrannosaurus rex and Mini is the name of the triceratops. Cute, right? It was fun to pick out names. There are quite . . . . .