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Glow in the Dark Space Objects Craft

by Kimberly Hays October 23rd, 2014| Ages 7 and over, Crafts
In honor of Space Week 2014 we are going to show you how to make a craft that the kids will enjoy hanging in their bedroom. While making this craft you can spend some time talking about outer space, the constellations, the moon landing, and the planets. You can

Engage in Fun Games During Space Week

by Tania Cowling October 21st, 2014| Games
October is when we celebrate awareness of outer space. It’s not an official holiday, but a time to reflect on our missions to space and teach the children about its properties. Where were you on July 20, 1969? Do you remember or have you heard about our astronauts landing
Celestial Craft

A Celestial Craft for Space Week

by Tania Cowling October 20th, 2014| Ages 6 and under, Crafts
During the month of October we celebrate space awareness. Children all over the world look up at the night sky and are amazed at the bright moon and twinkling stars surrounding it. This is the perfect time to discuss the phases (shapes) of the moon and spark your child’s
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Make Frankenstein From a Can

by Kimberly Hays October 16th, 2014| Ages 7 and over, Crafts
All of the kids are getting excited about Halloween so they are sure to want to make Halloween crafts.  This craft is made by recycling a can (I saved a can from green beans) that they will paint and add items to that will make a not so scary
Monster Craft

Halloween Monster Craft for Young Children

by Tania Cowling October 13th, 2014| Ages 6 and under, Crafts
Halloween is an exciting time for children. It appeals to their imaginations, stimulating an inner urge to be something or someone else and to fantasize about it. Ghouls, goblins, and monsters come to mind during this time of year. Whether it’s Frankenstein, the king of monsters, or one a
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A Fun Mummy Craft for Halloween

by Kimberly Hays October 9th, 2014| Ages 7 and over, Crafts
There are so many Halloween crafts that kids enjoy making, but I must say that this is the best ever, in my opinion. Not only is it easy and fun to make, but the kids will enjoy playing with it for hours and hours. These mummies don’t take long
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Candy Corn Painting Craft for Halloween

by Tania Cowling October 6th, 2014| Ages 6 and under, Crafts
A favorite candy for Halloween over the last 100 years is candy corn. It is a well-known triangle-shaped candy with sections of white, yellow, and orange that fills trick-or-treat bags across the country. George Renniger, who was an employee of the Wunderlee Candy Company, invented this candy back in
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Columbus Day Ship Hat Craft for Kids

by Kimberly Hays October 2nd, 2014| Ages 7 and over, Crafts
Columbus Day is October 13th in 2014, and even though this isn’t a holiday that we go all out for as far as decorating and special get-togethers, the kids will still have fun making a craft that they can wear. While they are making their ship hats, you could
Columbus Ship

Columbus Day Ship Craft for Kids 6 and Under

by Tania Cowling September 29th, 2014| Ages 6 and under, Crafts
Christopher Columbus, an Italian explorer, discovered America on October 12, 1492. He sailed from Spain on three ships; the Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria with a crew of sailors in search of the New World. Children are familiar with the saying, “Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492” so
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Sunflower Craft for Kids

by Kimberly Hays September 25th, 2014| Ages 7 and over, Crafts
My sunflower garden is in full bloom and heavy with seeds. With it being peak season for sunflowers, this craft will be fun for the kids to make using actual sunflower seeds. When their sunflower is finished, they can use it in several different ways; they can glue it
Bubble Wrap Indian Corn Craft

Bubble Wrap Indian Corn Craft for Fall

by Tania Cowling September 22nd, 2014| Ages 6 and under, Crafts
As fall begins on September 23rd, the evenings become crisp and cool and thoughts of the summer fade. You begin to see a variety of autumnal decorations on doors, porches, and inside the home. One of my favorite decorations is a symbol of the harvest season – a cluster
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Paper Plate Owl Fall Craft

by Kimberly Hays September 18th, 2014| Ages 7 and over, Crafts
I remember when I lived in Tennessee that when the nights became cooler we could always hear owls hooting outside our bedroom window. It was as if they were saying goodbye before migrating south for the winter. Kids will love making these paper plate owls using the colors of
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