Chemistry has always been something I’ve loved…the Periodic Table, reactions, experimenting…what better way to share the love of chemistry and others than with these super fun printable Chemistry Valentines for Kids (with chemistry facts)?! This post contains affiliate links.
This month’s coloring page theme is “turtles.” Truth be told, I have been very busy and was tempted to give the art pen to my pet turtle and let him have at it. You would have enjoyed abstract turtle-designed coloring
Inspired by the children’s book Ten Apples Up on Top! by Dr. Seuss (writing as Theo.LeSeig), we decided to come up with some adorable apple cake pops or apple bon bons. These are fun to make with the kids and serve
Butterflies have always been fascinating to me. How they look, the wing designs that scare away predators or camouflage them, their life cycle… Growing up, I loved going to those butterfly exhibits where they had gardens full of butterflies. Walking
There’s nothing better than “Home Tweet Home,” even for birds. This month’s free adult coloring page features birds and birdhouses. Enjoy this birds coloring page for adults and take note of the little details (I’ll give you a close-up view
Bunnies are awesome. I mean, seriously. They’re so fluffy and hoppy…I love seeing everything bunny during the spring months, and was wanting to do something new with my very popular Seed Packet Valentines, so I came up with the idea
What is your favorite quote? I absolutely love this quote from Maya Angelou: “Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud.” I chose this for the month’s quote coloring page for adults. Don’t you just love that quote?
Non-candy Valentine’s Day treats as much as possible. I am the mom that loves to find alternatives to giving out candy. Yes, I still allow them to have some candy, but I try to limit it (you know, to