Sidewalk chalk has never really been a hit here before.
There’s something so prestigious about art on a piece of canvas.
I think it really makes the kids think they’re making something really special. Last year they made a piece of art on canvas with the frozen paints
A simple life skill to learn, but how do they learn it? With practice!
Take it outside while they learn it. Once they become more precise, bring it inside to the dinner table.
Have you used starch in your crafts with the kids?
After this flower craft, I’m so excited to find new ways to use it.
I got inspired to make these starched coffee filter flowers from Ms. Motta’s Mixed Media’s Chulily-inspired artwork.
The boys have been loving their dirt patch. Henry keeps talking about making mud and turning it to dirt and the other way around, not fully understanding it I don’t think.
A simple play prompt.
Play dough. Tees. Straws. And pipe cleaners added later.
The boys and I made play dough and I simply added these items to it.
It was a great sensory activity because the play dough was still even warm from making
Plain and simple. George likes bubbles.
The perfect activity for him [a toddler]? Bubbles.
Water and dish soap on a perfect day to be outside. George had a blast!