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.
Every month is dedicated to a special flower. Here is the list. January is carnation. February is violet. March is daffodil. April is sweet pea. May is lily of the valley. June is a rose. July is larkspur. August is gladiolus. September is aster. October is calendula. November is chrysanthemum. December is narcissus.
Most people know some of the birthstones. Here is the complete picture by months. January: garnet February: amethyst March: aquamarine April: diamond May: emerald June: pearl July: ruby August: peridot September: sapphire October: opal November: topaz December: turquoise
The first year of marriage: Traditional gift is paper & more modern is a clock. The second year: Traditional gift is cotton and the more modern is china. The third year: is leather versus crystal or glass. The fourth year: is flowers, but the modern gift is electrical appliances. The fifth year: is wood versus…Read more »
Here is a craft I tried with my preschoolers and they loved it. You will need a small jar with a lid, glue, white glitter, figurine, either tree stickers or a tiny bottlebrush tree. Glue the figurine and tree to inside of lid, or if you prefer place tree sticker behind figurine. I used a…Read more »
I wanted to try some stained glass cookies, but I didn’t have the right cookie cutters. I came up with this recipe instead and the kids will enjoy them. First, buy some Jolly Rancher hard candies and separate the colors. I used the cherry flavored for the nose. Put the candies in a plastic bag…Read more »