So its been a little snowy outside and Henry has yet to actually get out in it and PLAY. He’s been outside, but it’s usually to help Dad shovel the driveway. And he doesn’t last too long. He’s a smart boy –
Foam sheets can be so versatile. They can be cut down to any shape or size that you’d like to make whatever you like!
However, I have had these sticky foam sheets forever and I wasn’t
I did this activity a couple years ago at Christmas with Henry. I found it on No Time for Flash Cards.
For Halloween not being one of the ‘major’ holidays like Christmas, Easter or Thanksgiving [you know, where you get the entire family together for a feast], it sure does bring out some awesome activities to do with the kids!
Let the kids take part this Autumn and make their very own scarecrows, kid size!
Sugarsnips shows us how to make these easy scarecrows for the season!
This sticky spider web activity can be done in any doorway, hallway or other somewhat narrow place that you have.
I have pocket doors that are about six feet wide and it worked perfectly.
I used painter’s tape and
To celebrate the week before George’s birthday, Henry made a birthday cake right on the front window.
We received these foam platters from Michael’s Creatology line, that come in a brightly colored shapes one, as well as a sports edition