As a pre-k teacher, I’m always looking for fun kitchen projects to bring into my classroom. Sometimes we follow recipes but other times we build masterpieces with edible items. December is a busy month at school and thanks to Smart & Final, my students have a perfect kitchen craft for the holidays. I had a … Read more
My pre-k classroom doesn’t have a holiday tree yet. As we are getting deeper into the month, the kids are starting to ask when we are getting our classroom tree. This weekend I finally made our room a tree. I used a 54″ wire tomato cage and a big roll of green streamers. To decorate … Read more
There is certainly no doubt that our children have great abilities and interests in new technology. My daughter is extremely interested in anything and everything I show her on our computer, laptops, or smart phones. She constantly asks to use my phone for apps and definitely prefers it over television. While I’m excited about her … Read more
With Halloween just days away, quick and frugal kids crafts are happening frequently in our home. The Paint Chip Frankenstein was a fun project this week! Supplies: green paint chip (most stores have plenty of these out for free) black glitter googly eyes green pom poms black marker (not shown) glue (not shown) Start by … Read more
I’m over at the Arizona Mom’s Network today sharing the fun olympic rings art my daughter and I created using Play-Doh lid stamps. Don’t miss this quick and easy craft that kept my daughter busy for hours! See the full tutorial here.
I’m sure you are all familiar with Courtney Dial Whitmore. I had the opportunity to sit next to her during a workshop at the SNAP conference. Already being a huge fan of her work, I was ecstatic to meet her. She is absolutely adorable and sweet! She works with a long list of major brands. … Read more