Category Archives: Creative Kids

Cooking With Kids

Cooking inspires all senses Cooking with your kids can be a lot of fun, and is one of the most complete sensory activities. It also has a practical purpose. It can help them to learn all about healthy eating and …

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Glitter Valentine Pencil Holders

These glitter pencil holders will add a special sparkle to the Valentine’s Day, and these are so fun and easy to make. Materials needed: Blank post cards Glue stick Glitter Pencil, brushes, scissors Mod Podge Pencils Heart shaped stickers to …

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Make Your Own Bubble Bath

Did you know that today is celebrated as National Bubble Bath day in United States? Believe it or not, it is true! At the same time, bubble baths are so much fun. It’s playtime for kids and relaxing for adults. …

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Spooktacular Books

With fall in full swing, and that fabulously spooky holiday creeping up on us, here are some Halloween inspired literacy ideas. It’s always a challenge to keep literacy fresh and engaging. When children are having fun, they don’t even know …

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A Trunkful of Patterns

Teaching Patterns The opportunities to teach patterns to our children are varied and endless. We see them in nature, on clothing, in art, and of course, in math. Building and understanding patterns is a basic math skill that children need …

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Eco Explorations: Tin Can Alley

It is so wonderful to use common everyday objects and upcycle them into something fun, functional or beautiful. Most of us have the opportunity to use a tin can or two. We eat readymade soups, or canned fruits. We may …

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Eco Explorations: Upcycling Newspapers And Magazines

Do you recycle? Is Dad done with the crossword? Mom clipped this week’s recipes from Home and Garden? Kids have had their laughs from the funnies? Don’t throw those magazines and newspapers away! They may not even be destined for …