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Here are lots of different ways you and your child can practice making letters! A lot of the ideas use everyday objects you have around the house, so could basically be considered FREE, or at least very thrifty! These “making letters” ideas will mostly appeal to the 2-5 year old age group, especially the […]Continue reading
The kids and I tried our hands at leaf rubbings today! Oma and Grandad visited us this week on their way home from a multi-state trip and Oma brought L&L several different types of leaves they had collected. The leaves were already starting to become brittle, so this was a perfect way to get a […]Continue reading
The kids and I are in full pumpkin decorating mode this October! We started our fun by painting big pumpkins. It was so entertaining to us all that I knew our pumpkin decorating adventures were just beginning, so I picked up a bunch of mini pumpkins when I was at the grocery store to let […]Continue reading
This was a really fun art project…for the kids and for me! 🙂 Start by using a white crayon on thick, white paper to write a secret message or draw a picture. If you sit near a light source, you can sort of see what you’re doing! I used paper designed for water color that […]Continue reading
”Children who have lived in book-filled homes prior to going to school are known to be scholastically advantaged for the rest of their lives. And children who have memorized eight nursery rhymes by the age of three, so I have been told, are always the best readers by the age of eight.” –Mem FoxRhyme is […]Continue reading