Spring

word emotions spring crafts for kids
Spring Crafts for Kids : Learning with word flowers Make resist art spring flowers, learn about synonyms and finally decorate your refrigerator with magnetic synonym flowers This post contains affiliate links. If you choose to shop through these links you have our thanks for supporting the blog! With spring in full swing all around us, it is time to create with flowers.  Oh...
Flower crafts for kids
Flower crafts and art for kids We are so excited for spring! { Access all our previous spring crafts and art} The kids have been psyched over the lone sunflower that has actually full-on bloomed in our garden. Who doesn't love to see that cheery flower in FEBRUARY! {Thank you sunny So.Cal} Now that I have rubbed our awesome sunshine...
sensory activities with sand and flowers
Sensory activities for kids. Let them  enjoy a warm summer day with fresh flowers and colored sand. Today we have another simply quick play idea. You can read our previous installments here. A few days ago we shared a colored sand - 3 ways post. That post will show you the method to make scented colored sand. Once we had our...
blog me mom sensory activities
With 2 kids aged 4 and 2 the one type of kids activity which will always be a hit are the  sensory activities. We have done our fair share of messy sensory activities, sensory bins sensory activities and even a writing activity which essentially falls under the category of sensory activities. For our current spring theme, we have been...

Window Clings

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Have you made window clings with glue? This was our first time and the process was great and fun for the kids. I’d say my 4 year old was extremely pleased with the process and requested for more glue. This time we created some spring themed window clings. White Glue Dish Soap Food Color Ziploc Themed printable (optional) I made colored glue (glue+food color) in...
blogmemom my garden book activity
Entertain your child with this easy Kevin Henkes' book inspired spring craft with simple materials. With my preschooler away at school all mornings I want to make the best use of the available mornings with my toddler. A one on one with my younger one seems really necessary because when big sis here, well you all know how it is...