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Let me start by apologizing in advance for all the photos, but testing our homemade bubble solutions was such an amazing experience!! This is MUST-TRY simple science for kids, and you probably have all of the ingredients to get started RIGHT NOW in your kitchen pantry!! I hope the photos relay just how awesome this […]Continue reading
During our calendar time, we always have a time for songs and playing musical instruments. It’s one of Luke and Lilah’s favorite parts of calendar time, and they really get into it! I’ve been impressed by how much their rhythm has improved just from this simple activity, and I think it’s also had a big […]Continue reading
This is such a simple indoor bubble activity to set up and my kids have such fun with it that we’ve already done it several times! To make our bubbles more festive for the holiday, this time we made red and green bubble solutions for Christmas!! First, we started by making our homemade bubble solution, […]Continue reading
Last December one of our daily Advent activities with the kids was to read a devotion from The Advent Jesse Tree by Dean Meador Lambert. We made simple paper ornaments to go with each daily reading by copying and coloring the picture from each lesson. This year, I wanted to try something new. I […]Continue reading
If you follow me on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest, you may have seen my WRAL: Go Ask Mom guest post about making your own 3D Puffy paint for arts and crafts projects yesterday. This homemade paint is super simple to make and you probably already have the supplies on hand to try it out! For full directions, click […]Continue reading
Once you try homemade play dough, you never go back. You can control the ingredients, you can alter the color and smell to fit your child’s likes or the season, and it molds and rolls so much easier than store bought play dough! You can Google play dough recipes and find more than you could […]Continue reading