I’m a huge fan of creative play, inside and outside the house. When you head to Disneyland – all the creating has been done for you. You walk around seeing what other people imagined. But when you give kids the time, place and encouragement for unstructured play, their brains have to do the work. They climb trees, build forts, imagine new worlds, and spend hours and hours discovering new parts of themselves.
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Are you and the kids melting in the heat this summer? What better way to cool off than an icy glass of your favorite beverage? Get out your pencil and paper and get your mouth watering for that cool, refreshing glass. This quick 2 minute video gives you a condensed look at the Young Rembrandts method of drawing instruction.
The school year is coming to an end, the weather is warming up and the kids are getting antsy to play outside. Great news! I have found lots of great activities to keep the kids learning while playing outside and enjoying the fresh air and sunshine.
Gifts made by the kids are a wonderful way to show Mom how much you care while giving her a keepsake from those younger years. I have found a few beautiful ways to use your child’s hand print as well as some other great gifts that are sure to stand the test of time as far as homemade gifts go.
April is a month full of opportunities to explore the outdoors and new life all around us. There are so many opportunities to explore the science of nature in the spring. I have compiled a list of wonderfully fun and educational activities for your visual learner to get some hands on knowledge of Spring.