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Welcome to Tuesday Tots! This week I’m featuring lots of ladybug activities for kids from the Tuesday Tots linky and from our archives. I grew up calling these insects ladybugs, but have also learned people call them ladybird beetles and lady beetles as these aren’t truly bugs. Whatever you choose to call these 6-legged cuties, […]Continue reading
I love Earth Day! It’s such a small holiday that most people probably don’t take much notice, but I do and I try to ensure my kids do, too. We work hard all year to reduce, reuse, and recycle in our household, but we try to step up our game in April in anticipation of […]Continue reading
Looking for a fun Earth Day project to make with your kids? Try these process art, marbled Planet Earth Paintings! My kids had so much fun creating their little planetary masterpieces, and the finished art really looks like planet Earth from outer space. The project is so simple to set up, and even little kids can […]Continue reading
Happy Earth Day! In honor of Earth Day 2012, here are all the posts on the blog that use recycled, re-purposed, or natural materials! Enjoy! 🙂 Calm Down Glitter Jars Earth Day: Recycling Crayons using the Power of the Sun Thrifty Earth Day Wreath DIY Greeting Card Prayer Box DIY Prayer Pail (with 25 printable […]Continue reading
My third “guest post” over at WRAL Go Ask Mom was posted last night — Crafty Mom: Recycled Crayons! Be sure to check it out for the how-to’s of this super easy and fun project. 🙂 Recycling Crayons Using the Power of the Sun! Start here to read the directions. Then scroll down here […]Continue reading
We needed a new wreath for our front door and I happened across a cute “Earth Day” wreath on Pinterest. Here’s the link to the Under the Table and Dreaming by Stephanie Lynn blog post with photos and directions. I don’t think mine turned out nearly as cute as hers did, but I’m sharing anyway because […]Continue reading
I came across this pin earlier today on Pinterest and thought it’d be super easy to set up our own version of a can bean bag toss. It’s a very Earth-Day-appropriate activity, too, since it gives more life to items that would otherwise be trashed or recycled!I have been saving cans for awhile to make this robot […]Continue reading