I’ve recently fallen in love with a new hobby: painting rocks. It’s something I can work on together with the kids … or I can do by myself after the kids have gone to bed. Both girls are very creative, and love to do crafts and art projects. Not only does painting rocks give us a fun and creative way to pass the time when it rains, it also gives us a great excuse to get outside when the sun returns. All thanks to the Sooke to Sidney Rock Hunt!Continue reading “Painting Rocks”
My parents gave our daughter a craft book for Christmas last year: Art Sparks by Marion Abrams, Hilary Emerson. My daughter and I both love this book. It contains 53 projects, many of which you can do with supplies that you already have at home.
Our most recent project? Making Monsters!!!Continue reading “Monsters in the Making: A fun kids craft”
We’ve been taking it easy the past few days. Recognizing that it’s still technically Spring Break, we’ve been trying to relax a bit and just enjoy time together. But we have tried a few new fun activities that I want to share with you!Continue reading “At Home Learning: Day 5-7”
I love everything about Christmas. The lights, the music, the parades and festivities … and the holiday crafts. As far as I’m concerned, there’s nothing better than staying inside on a cold day, turning up the Christmas music, and working on a craft! I’ve been pinning ideas for a while now, and have gathered some of my favorites here. I’ve tried to collect ideas that are toddler-friendly, relatively inexpensive, and don’t require a lot of supplies. I will definitely be trying these with Baby E over the next month. I have actually incorporated many of these crafts into the Advent Calendar that I create for Baby E – some days are an activity such as going to the parade, some days a little gift … and other days the gift is all of the supplies to do a craft together! Continue reading “Toddler-Friendly Christmas Crafts”