I’ll be the first to admit that our children have a lot of stuff, and each birthday and Christmas sees more stuff make its way into their lives. They are very lucky, but also a little overwhelmed.
I was having a browse on Pinterest, as you do, and came across an idea for making flowers from cupcake cases. This appealed to me in a quick, easy and not too messy kind of a way, so I took note for the next time the wee girl asked to do a craft.
Our Tuesday morning playdate craft sessions have become a regular occurrence; I wrote about our paper plate butterfly last week, this week we have a toilet roll octopus!
We have a regular play date with a friend of my daughters, and in an effort to keep the pair of them entertained I generally set up a craft for them to do. A couple of weeks ago they each made a paper plate butterfly.
Over the last few months there has been a change in the way that the wee girl draws and paints.
It has been far too long since we used our tuff spot, so when the lovely Emma from Adventures of Adam asked me to get involved in a Tuff Spot A-Z, it was just the prod I needed to get the tuff spot out again. The fact that I (well, my husband) had to dig …
For the 100th day of school Kindergartners and First Graders at my sons’ school complete a 100 Days project.