Unicorns are all the rage right now. It’s like getting part of my childhood back with all these bright colors and unicorns like we had in the ’90s. To celebrate the trend, I created adorable Plastic Easter Egg Unicorns to
Kids never run out of energy. They are always learning and exploring and getting into things. We parents, on the other hand, often need time to rest and recover or just get things done around the house without constant interruptions.
The boys recently had Crazy Hair Day for AWANA. It was so much fun (pictures below) that we decided to add an art project to go with it. This Crazy Hair Day Art Project for Kids is entirely kid-made and
Will cold cocoa make a marshmallow melt? This and many other questions were answered through this Melting Snowman Activity. My boys are always asking for marshmallows in their cocoa. Inspired by everything snowman lately, I decided to give
Teaching emotions to kids can have a lot of benefits. My boys had fun with their LEGO emotions activities, so we created our own activity using balloons. The other day at church we had the kids stay in nursery while
As a child, I used to love playing dress up. Some days I would be a doctor, Laura Ingles Wilder, or a referee. I would even dress up my puppy. Now that I have children of my own, I make a point to provide dress up materials so they can experience the wonders of imagination. The other day, my oldest son, E, asked to dress up our birds like…
Are you a Star Wars fan? Do you like board games? Then you will love this FREE printable Starship Star Wars-themed game! It is played like the game Battleship, but it has starships instead of boats! The fight between the