Browsing Category : Craft’s

10 Unusual Items For Non-Toy Imaginative Play


It is truly amazing how imaginative kids can be, starting at a young age. When I see my preschooler and toddler playing pretend together with their toys, it just makes me smile. But when they also play pretend with everyday items in our house and can build entire stories and adventures out of ordinary things – I am blown away.…

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Keepsake Kids Valentine’s Day Crafts


Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to do some keepsake crafts with the kids. These are the kinds of crafts that moms and dads love to keep to show how small our kid’s hands and feet used to be. Here are 6 Keepsake Kids Valentine’s Day Crafts to try this Valentine’s Day Family Night Valentine Crafts {Love Trees} from One…

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DIY Snow Globes


With the Holidays coming up, I love doing Crafts with my son. When we started decorating for Christmas, my son noticed a Snowglobe that we already had. I thought how easy it must be to make our own. After a trip to Walmart, we had everything we needed. Things You’ll Need Mason Jars – You can get any, however, I got…

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DIY Star Christmas Tree Topper


THE STAR MOVIE In Sony Pictures Animation’s The Star, a small but brave donkey named Boyearns for a life beyond his daily grind at the village mill. One day he finds the courage to break free, and finally, goes on the adventure of his dreams. On his journey, he teams up with Ruth, a loveable sheep who has lost her…

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DIY Slime Kit: Join the Slime Craze


Have you stumbled upon the viral slime craze that has completely overtaken social media?! Slime has been the “in” thing lately. Karina Garcia is the creator of the slime movement and the woman The New York Times dubbed the “Queen of Slime.” The Make-Your-Own Slime kit was super fun! Bentley and I had a Slime Day Sunday and made all…

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Back To School: Preschool Printable Checklist


With my son starting his second year of preschool tomorrow, this back to school preschool printable checklist is a must. I honestly don’t know who is more excited – him or me! We started him in preschool at 1 and a half, mainly as just another source of childcare, but he has so much fun and loves learning with his…

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The Coolest Way For Kids To Paint In The Summer


It is officially summer and the weather in Louisiana is completely crazy. It has reached into the 100s some days with flooding in the evening. Last weekend it was so hot! But we recently bought a little slide for the kids in our front yard and they love playing outside all the time. I remembered seeing a post from Glue…

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