The kids had so much fun with our Q-tip heart paintings a few years ago I thought it was time to do it again.  With Spring on my mind we ended up trying a fun Q-tip Rainbow craft one afternoon.  This craft is also great for fine motor skills.

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I just love rainbow themed kid activities.  The bright colors are so inviting to me and my kids.  Using rainbow themed activities with young kids is an easy way to go over colors while playing. Today I am sharing how to make a fun and easy rainbow button sensory

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  We made Crystal Clovers a few years back and my oldest had so much fun with it.  I always think to myself let’s try growing crystal…. and we never get around to it.  I had the idea to try this again with the boys this year.  The science

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We are still obsessed with our pool noodle pom pom shooters.  We get them out on days mommy needs a minute to get stuff done or we can not get outside…  The older boys 6yr and 3.5yr are really good with them.  Baby brother is 2yr and we are

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  “I wrote this post as part of a paid campaign with Plaid Crafts  and Blueprint Social. The opinions in this post are 100% my own.”   I am so excited about today’s post.  I made a Superman Valentine Card Box Holder for my oldest son to take to

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   We LOVE baking soda and vinegar science.  Such a simple experiment that my kids love each time we do it.  I love mixing it up by creating a themed or holiday experiment from time to time.  Also having 3 kids all different ages it seems each year it

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We are so excited to start Christmas crafting at the house.  While the kids are little we have enjoyed Christmas with crafting, baking, and playing holiday themed games.  We had some cardboard sitting out and I thought it would be perfect to make fork painted Christmas trees with the

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It is time to kick off a new year of 12 months sensory dough series hosted by Lemon Lime Adventures!  This month we start off with frozen dough.  And I am not talking the Disney movie Frozen but literally frozen playdough.  This Two Ingredient Frozen Dough Recipe I will share

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Christmas is going to be here before I know it!  But it is never too late to get in the kitchen with the kids and make yummy treats for family and friends.  The kids and I often make friends at places we frequent.  So the kids get excited to

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   I was worried this craft, Handprint Mittens, was too simple and had second thoughts about doing it.  However, I truly love how they turned out.  A fun keepsake art for me and, the kids love that their hands are “in mittens” on the paper.  This is our post

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We love books. And holiday books for some reason, always seem extra special.  Over the last few years we have been working on a Christmas book collection.  This year we had enough books to make a Book Advent Calendar out of them.  We still have many more books on a wish

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How the Grinch Stole Christmas is one of our family movie traditions.  We watch it every year.  The kids just love it and so do I.  So to extend the movie we mad a fun Grinch paper plate craft to hang on the art wall. The kids just loved

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My kids never sit still for long.  I am always looking for simple yet fun ways to keep them busy.  Gross motor activities are great to keep them moving and improving their large muscle groups.  This snowman ball toss game was a great gross motor activity that kept them

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You have heard me say it (or type it) before that we love sensory play at my house.  I love coming up with fun play recipes for the kids and they love the freedom to explore through play.  Sensory play is a great way for kids to experience different

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