Can science make your kids eat more veggies? Yes! Yes it can! The other day we did the celery and food coloring experiment. Pretty basic stuff, but it was new to my girls (3 and 5 years old) and I called it a "Celery Science Experiment" with my super enthusiastic voice and they were INTO … Continue reading Science and A Snack: The Celery Science Experiment With A Preschool and Toddler
It’s time to make some bright and colorful Valentine’s Day treats! Reblogging this oldie but goodie!
Do you have a toddler? Kid? Then perhaps you have a lot of broken crayons in your house too? Turn those broken crayons into Valentine’s Day gifts with my simple tutorial. This is seriously a no-fail, simple activity. Low on time-investiment and high on super cute outcome!
1. Broken crayons (I used multiple brands and sizes)
2. One silicone heart mould tray
4. Baking tray
1. Peel the papers off of your crayons if they still reside there.
2. Preheat oven to 250 degrees.
3. Break crayons down further to fit into the moulds. Great stress relief — snap! snap! crack!
Heart moulds + broken crayons = Meant to be
4. Put broken crayons into moulds. There does not appear to be a right or wrong way to do this. I…
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Sooo... We're here in that not-so-fun part of winter. December is all about twinkle lights and hoping for snow and crackling fires and magic!! Come mid-January, however, we're cooped up, rolling in muddy snow piles, we're itching for spring and prolonged outdoor time that is still so far away and kids are getting "bored." But … Continue reading This is For The Board Kids (It’s A Pun)
There was a moment last weekend, when things were nearly picture perfect. Like a Norman Rockwell illustration -- real, a bit silly, a hint of chaos emerging or recently visited...