I try not to appear too exhausted when my toddler trio (ages 2, 4 and 5) come to me seeking mommy's love and attention, and wanting to do some sort of special activity, just the 4 of us. Their little eyes and minds get so impressed watching mommy take a flat sheet of paper from her printer as I drag myself away from work tasks for a brief moment to also enjoy their always entertaining company. For days like this, I often turn to a quick and easy little origami craft which never ceases to amaze them; and once I have folded enough boxes for each of my littlest daughters, they happily take the boxes away leaving me with several quiet moments to answer a couple emails before I choose to forget work for the rest of day. If you are looking for a quick, easy, no-cutting, no-mess, no-clean-up craft to do with young and old children, check this little origami box out.
Don't rush out to the store for face masks when you can find alternative methods at home by up-cycling other items! Here I made myself several masks from my daughter's no-longer-used Gerber burp cloths. These burp cloths are 100% cotton, tightly woven and already sewn in double and/or triple layers! Quick and easy instructions and video on my blog.
Bright, colorful and exciting ABC chart/place-mat for free download to be used to teach the alphabet and beginner's phonics with toddlers. Skip on over to my blog to download and please share with friends and family who may find this to be a useful learning tool as we all homeschool our kiddies now. Stay safe and blessed. Megs
I think it is safe to say I owe my crafty side to my mom, she has always been a creative, handy and artistic person. From fixing a leak to patching a zinc roof or drawing bright, beautiful flowers - I remember my mom being a jack of all trades and master as well. From… Continue reading FUN, EASY, COLORFUL HAND-MADE ENVELOPES FOR KIDDIES