If you have young children that don’t naturally like to color or draw, color by numbers worksheets are a great tool to help get your child interested in coloring— an activity that helps develop some much-needed skills for their future. After noticing this issue with my son, I sparked his interest in coloring by finding color by number themes he likes. It’s also why I’ve created this [Read more…]
Now that my son is old enough we’re having some real fun on New Year’s Eve, starting with this 2021 Time Capsule for Kids! [Read more…]
It’s Christmas time and I’ve got a fun Holiday Scavenger Hunt for those doing a little traveling this holiday season. If you plan on spending any time in the car with kids this Christmas—holiday shopping, a road trip to visit family, or even just a trip to the market make sure you grab this Holiday Scavenger Hunt and a marker. [Read more…]
As we, as a society, continue to look at screens more and more, I think it’s safe to say it’s not always comfortable for long periods of time. Computer screens at work, cell phones in our free time – the bright blue light can be so harsh on the eyes, causing headaches and keeping us awake at night. [Read more…]
Baked zucchini is a great side dish with just about any meal. We like to eat it with chicken, turkey burgers, and even just as a snack by itself. One of my favorite and more go-to ways to serve roasted zucchini is tossed in olive oil, with a little parmesan cheese and Italian seasoning. I thought I’d try making it a bit different and it turns out, these Mini Zucchini Pizzas were a hit! Even my 6 year old loved them. [Read more…]
Halloween is just around the corner and I’m getting excited for a day filled with fun activities, games, and dressing up of course. We like to make pizzas and decorate cookies (pre-made of course) in preparation for a night of dress-up and make-believe. In addition to some of the crafts I have planned, I’m adding this Kindergarten Halloween Worksheet Pack. [Read more…]
It’s Fall ya’ll! That means warm sweaters, pumpkin spice, and yummy soups that warm your soul. This Lentil Stew is one of my family’s favorite go-to recipes when the cool weather starts to roll in. I like to serve it with warm biscuits or bread for a more fulfilling meal. Check out this delicious recipe below. [Read more…]
I’m sharing another playful vinegar and baking soda activity for the little ones this Halloween. It’s a Halloween Potion Explosion for those who love baking soda experiments as much as we do.
Due to COVID-19, we opted to stay home last Halloween and par-take in Halloween festivities with some fun family games, movies, and Halloween crafts. We had so much fun last year that we’ve decided to do the same thing this year. Which means I’ll be adding this Halloween Potion Explosion activity to the list of things to do this Halloween.
This classic baking soda and vinegar science experiment never gets old in our house—we just find new ways to put a new spin on an old favorite. Today we’re sharing this easy Fizzy Shapes Kids Science Experiment to show the reaction of a base and acid. We use some cookie cutters and plastic molds to form baking soda shapes, freeze them, and then watch the science happen as we mix baking soda and vinegar! [Read more…]
If you’ve got a LEGO lover at home, surprise them on their special day with this Lego Birthday Present Scavenger Hunt. The printable with clues is totally free! [Read more…]