We love to create art with textures! Paints and crayons are always more fun when you jazz them up with something cool like pinecones, felt or even food items.
Textured art offers kids the opportunity to not only create a masterpiece but to involve their senses in the art process.
Do you ever remember playing in the kitchen while your mom or grandmother were baking? The wonderful smells and the fun conversations not to mention the amazing treats that came out of the oven!
I know that technology and modern conveniences are great things but sometimes I really want to kids to experience life without all the bells and whistles. So I thought I would ‘re-create’ a day in Grandma’s Kitchen as part of our Discover & Explore December Activities linky.
This is the first post in our Vintage Play for Kids series where we’ll introduce some great throw-back ideas that are new to our kids!
I’m sure you’re familiar with the old saying idiom — “March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.” In the month of March, life seems to revolve around the crazy weather. And every once in a while, if you’re lucky, you are treated to something beautiful … a rainbow! …
I’m not sure if I’ve ever told you this but I am NOT a morning person. Really, not at all. Unlike my husband who’s up at 5 every morning (I know! He’s crazy :), I would rather snuggle under the covers in hopes that the world will reconsider it’s notion of early starts and just …