I made these edible wands for a prince and princess play date but they would also be very cute for a princess birthday party or fairy party. They are so simple to make! I used the store bought, already made rice crispy treats but you could also make the homemade ones. I inserted a popsicle stick ... Read More about Make Your Own Edible Wands ~ EASY!
I saw a homemade fishing game in a book from a library and thought it was really cool! The mom's group I belong to was having a luau so I thought it would be a fun project to make for that and for my son to play with at home. Little did I know, that it also fit with my son's Penguin Winter land ... Read More about Homemade Fun! Make Your Own Fishing Game
I am trying to incorporate Spanish into our daily lives since my husband is Hispanic and it is important for us to have him grow to love his Hispanic heritage. He understands basic commands in Spanish but has yet to say a Spanish word (most likely because he is with me all day!).This is our 1st ... Read More about Learning Spanish ~ Fruit Art Project
My toddler had TONS of fun painting his pumpkin this year! He started with a paint brush and after about 30 seconds he was on to fingerpainting. I kept turning the pumpkin for him and tilting it so it didn't all go in one spot. Of course he tried to place a handprint on it too ~ you can even see ... Read More about Halloween Pumpkin Painting for Toddlers
I saw something like this at the Children's Museum we go to and decided to try it out with my son. I placed water with different colors of food coloring in an ice cube tray. I left some of the spaces open so he could mix new colors in the empty spots. I had a squeezable tube from a different art ... Read More about Toddler Sensory Experience ~ Chemisrty Experiment