While fixing up George’s new big boy room, we got new carpet for the room and ended up with this large carpet tube.
In an effort to brush up on Henry’s counting skills before school starts next week, I made a quick counting maze on our driveway with sidewalk chalk.
We’ve done a counting maze before with tape, indoors.
Sidewalk chalk has never really been a hit here before.
Shape sorting. A good review for Henry before school starts!
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 geoboard has been on my list of things to make for the kids for a long, long time. They’ve always seemed like such a great means to work on fine motor skills but yet letting the kids
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.