Do you have an orange juice or half gallon milk carton ready for the recycling bin? Why not make it into a Mini Haunted House?!Read More
Can you think back to one of your earliest memories of Halloween fun at school?
I can remember back to kindergarten or first grade, doing fun cutting and pasting with construction paper and that lumpy white paste that everyone has tasted at least once.
Come on. You know you tried it.
When my oldest was about four I pulled my favorite classic Halloween poem, Five Little Pumpkins out from my memory, dusted it off, and added my own spin. The following activity was created before my clip art days. In fact, it is the project that started me off on my clip art adventure.Read More
There is no denying it. Teachers are the hardest working professionals I know. I take every opportunity I can to thank my kids' teachers. So obviously Teacher Appreciation Week is no exception.
Here's a quick and easy gift your child can pass on to his or her teacher to show a little bit of love. All you need are sticky notes (like Post-Its®) and these printable gift tags.Read More
While working with my kiddos on some color-by-number pages in a coloring book I thought parents and teachers could probably benefit from the flexibility of a blank color-by-number page so they could plug in info based on whatever subject they are working on at the moment. I guess we could call it color-by-code since you can use any key you want like numbers, letters, words, math equations or even science formulas.Read More
Don't forget to thank the teachers in your life every day, but especially during Teacher Appreciation Week. Here area a few activities your children can do up to give their teachers some much needed love.Read More