My preschool class is learning about laughter and celebrations. I thought of this craft for them to do. It’s a clown. You will need fruit netting ( like on Asian Pears), construction paper, foam paper, a marker, small plastic jars with lids ( found at Michael’s), and cupcake liners. Make a clown face with markers…Read more »
Looking for an activity for your youngster for St. Patrick’s Day? Try this. Tie different colored ribbons on a jar band. Play some Irish music and have the kids whirl the band of colors around.
The Norse people revered trees for their spiritual power. In ancient mythology, the giant ash tree was a source of knowledge. In Germany, a grove of sacred trees in Uppsala was a place of human and animal sacrifices. The Warden Trees throughout the Nordic region were guardians and sources of good fortune. The Celtics honored…Read more »
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Today is Women’s Day and on that note, I thought I’d share this. Women had a special role to play in the contacts with the spiritual life. They were responsible for magic rituals and sacrifices featured in the everyday life of the Vikings. Objects connected to magic have been found in the female graves. From…Read more »
The Bubonic Plague struck with force in Europe during the years of 1340-1400, but its first pandemic actually started during the 6th century in the Roman Empire and was called the Plague of Justinian. Because the infectious disease spread inland by transferring merchandise, through Justinian’s efforts in acquiring luxurious goods of the time and exporting…Read more »