St Patricks day

There is just something magical about rainbow inspired activities.  All those pretty colors in one place just makes me smile, lol. But rainbow activities for young kids are a great way for them to learn while playing.  There are so many amazing rainbow themed activities out there I went

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All 3 of my kids LOVE bendy straws.  We keep them handy.  And of course bright colored bendy straws are even better. My 3.5yr is all about using scissors right now.  It is still a bit new to him and he always wants to know what he can cut

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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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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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It is time for this months All Things Kids Series. Spring Sensory Playdate Activities Series brought to you by a group of blogging moms that never fail to amaze me with their fun kids activities, crafts…     This month’s series is hosted by Sugar Aunts and the co hosts are Crayon

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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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Whoo, it is time for this month’s 12 months of sensory dough post!  This time we are sharing a new edible playdough recipe with you.  We have shared edible peanut butter playdough, edible frosting playdough, and Marshmallow Playdough-edible & fun before.  Today I have a new one to share. Edible cream

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  Do you think Leprechauns get hungry?  If they do what would they eat?  The kids and I thought they might enjoy Leprechaun Munch.  We got in the kitchen and created a recipe just for our sneaky leprechaun that comes to visit each year.  He fills the  Leprechaun Treasure

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  I have had trying the classic rainbow cereal craft on my to try list for some time.  We finally got around to making it.  We had to add in some handprint clouds to make it all our own.  You know we love print art, lol.  Rainbow play and

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  We have been having lots of fun making things fizz, erupt, overflow, and catapult across the driveway.  Today we are having fun shooting rockets into the air.  It was a bumpy start to our alka-seltzer rocket experiment.  You could call it a project fail or a great way

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We love quick and easy projects over here.  That is just what the Foam Painted Clover art project is.  Quick and easy to set up for the kids and tons of fun for them to create.  When I had some time alone with my 3 yr the other afternoon we set

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Things have been extra busy over here for us the last few months.  With my focus on other things, we have not done any (I think) St. Patrick’s Day CRAFTS.  I finally had a day that I could sit down with my toddler and create a Rainbow Salt Clover.

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  Check out last weeks Kids Co-op found HERE.  Now lets get ready for this weeks Link up.  If you blog share your fun kid center post.  If you do not blog  take a minute to look through the list below to see what fun ideas you can use for

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Yes, Yes, I know I have gone rainbow crazy.  But these fun and bright colors are just what I need to start thinking spring.  They are also a fun way to go over colors with my kids.  The Rainbow Fingerprint Flower Family Art was bound to happen.  If you

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