Hello again all! Kari here with a fun up-cycling craft to keep the kiddos busy this summer. We all need ways to beat the heat, and keep the kids entertained indoors , so why not try this up-cycling craft? Not only is it easy and fun, but the kids will love being involved, and in the end, they’ll have fun toys to keep them playing happily all the live long day!
I’m always wanting to make learning fun and interesting so my son will actually get through it without complaining. Since we struggled throughout the school year, I wanted to make sure we practiced during the summer so he doesn’t fall behind once he starts 1st grade next year. Since he does enjoy math, I decided to come up with some printable math worksheets we could do this summer.
Who remembers and loves color by number? Some of my earliest memories as a little girl are of me waking up WAY before my parents were wanting to, and my mom handing me the crayons and coloring books. I still remember my preschool-aged little self sitting in the dimly lit, quiet house coloring while everyone else slept. Funny how things stick with you. I’m still an early-riser, and I still LOVE to color!
I don’t know about you guys but at our house during summer break, we love getting our craft on!
To kick off our summer crafting fun, we decided to make some whimsical little animal necklaces. Its a simple, kid-friendly project that you can help them make in under an hour! They also make great gifts!
Happy upcoming Fourth of July! I’m so excited to share this fun home decor project with you. Not only is this piece super easy and inexpensive, it’s also one you can get the kids involved in! Nothing makes a decor piece more special than knowing little hands helped to create it.
This is Sharon again from Lemon Squeezy, and this month I water-colored a quote that I love. Duke Fergerson is a retired professional football player and said this during an interview back in 1988, which was originally advice from his mother. I’m going to put this inspirational quote up where my kids will see it a lot and hopefully it will be something they always remember.
Hello again! Creative Carmella here, and I am excited to share a beautiful and really simple, DIY personalized teacher gift that you can make in minutes!
Hello everyone, and happy almost-weekend! It’s Aimee here again from the elephant of surprise. I’m sharing a baby keepsake shadow box idea with you today. Hopefully it gets you thinking of creative ways to display memories, and maybe even create something for mom this weekend…
Hi everyone! It’s Kiki from Kiki and Company and I am so happy to be back today sharing the May 2015 Visiting Teaching Message Printables with you.
I always want to make summer vacation a fun, memorable time for my boys, and that usually means I have to start thinking about it NOW! Not to say I sit down and plan every minute of every day during their break, but I do like to have a few things set and organized just to make the three months run a bit more smoothly, and be as enjoyable as possible. Organizing our treats in this S’Mores caddy is one little thing I can do to make my life easier.
Hi! It’s Cami from TIDBITS, and I’m so glad to be here again today! I’m going to share with your how to make a dress from pre-smocked fabric because it’s that time of year again.
The time when you pull out your kids’ clothes for the warmer months – only to realize they have outgrown every item of clothing from last season.
And you reflect on the fact that they are growing faster than the weeds outside – and that is saying something.
Or is this just me?
Hi! It’s Sharon from Lemon Squeezy again, and this month I have a free desktop wallpaper download. I love clutter-free and simple computer wallpapers (it helps me see all the files and folders in a more organized fashion), and I love mid-century modern. There’s nothing better than having a fresh desktop staring back at you, especially when your email inbox is the exact opposite.