Many of us are familiar with the craft of making leaf rubbings. You find a sturdy leaf and put a piece of paper over it. Using a crayon without a paper wrapper, rub back and forth to get the impression … Read more >>
There are many ways to be creative. We often think of art projects for children’s creative activities, but cooking and baking are creative arts too.
Children too young to read can assist parents by helping to add ingredients. Parents can … Read more >>
I Spy bottles can keep little ones interested and big ones busy. All you need is an empty plastic bottle, such as a water bottle or empty beverage container, and some interesting objects to put inside.
First, place some small … Read more >>
Recently my niece and I had a fun afternoon making our own match game. I was gifted a set of blank matching cards and my girl and I divvied them up so we each had an even number.
You don’t … Read more >>
Flowers blooming, skies with some sunshine, and some rainy days indicate the presence of spring in Washington. With the flowers blooming, there are more bees coming to pollinate and create delicious honey. To show your appreciation of bees … Read more >>
Toilet Paper tube crafts are fun and free! Who knew that you could turn toilet paper tubes into octopi, owls, butterflies, monkeys and more! Start collecting toilet paper tubes from your house, and it should only take a week or … Read more >>