Children love to share their adventures. This craft is all about creating a way for a child of any age to share their fun with people they care about. The level of help needed from you depends on the age of your child. I did this activity with my two year old daughter just to show you how simple it can be.
Sparks are about to fly! On Canada Day and America’s Fourth of July you have come to expect firework celebrations. Fireworks are usually part of most summer holiday long weekends. Is it too late for your children by the time the celebrations start? Do you dread taking all of them out with a ton of gear? But it isn’t quite the same to just watch on television, is it? Here is an easy way to bring the celebration into your home. How about getting your young child to make some fireworks of their own? It’s safe, don’t worry.
St. Patrick’s Day is one of those holidays that seem to get lost in the shadow of impending Easter. But we love a holiday in our house and anything that celebrates the luck of the Irish and a little blarney is a holiday worth celebrating. We found 15 Fabulous ways to bring a little of the celebration into your home.
Although we should let those in our lives know how much we love and appreciate them every day, sometimes it doesn’t always happen. Valentine’s Day (February 14) gives us permission to take a moment to say I Love You. We found some Fabulous ways to get all mushy with your Valentine.
As parents we know the importance of Remembrance Day but it can be hard for kids to relate to, especially when their attention is drawn to more festive events around Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. We’ve found some Fabulous ways to remember our veterans and mark Remembrance Day with your family.
You’ve got the goodies for the trick-or-treaters and pumpkins for your jack-o-lanterns but what about costumes? The kids can’t decide but they want something cool. But what? Well we found some Fabulous homemade costume ideas that are fun, unique and creative for you to checkout.
With 3 kids I take a lot of photos, A LOT. My digital camera is almost an extension of my arm. Taking pictures allows me to capture those brief moments of discovery and joy and inspiration and love so I can cherish and remember them when the moment passes. And they always seem to pass so quickly.
My daughter loves to create; whether it’s drawing pictures, writing stories, making muffins or doing crafts. So when she received some beauty Do-It-Yourself craft kits from Kiss Naturals she was ecstatic.
Kiss Natural, founded by Mike and Marie, produces fun craft kits made with all natural ingredients.
Getting my kids to sit at the table quietly and calmly is a challenge I face at many mealtimes in our house. Part of it is transitioning from being active to sitting quietly and the other part is probably just hyper hunger energy.
My kids love crafts. They love drawing and painting and creating sculptures. If it involves paint or glue or scissors or markers, they’ll be all over it. And like any proud mama, I’ve displayed many pieces of art, we’ve stored some of our favourites in an art box and have giving many as gifts to the relatives. But sometimes I feel like we’re over-run by paper crafts. I think that’s why I love crafts that produce finished objects, like some of the items available from Janlynn.