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Ties! Ties! Ties! Ties are what is often portrayed as gifts for Dads. Well how about making a Father’s Day card that looks like a one. Click on the tie image to download the instructions for this craft. Materials: construction paper, scissors, pencil, glue,decorating media: (crayons, markers, paint, stickers, glitter, etc.) 1. Let child choose…Read More
In September, at least in the northern part of the world, the season of fall begins. Leaves on the trees and bushes and even the weeds, may begin to change colour. This is a perfect time to take your child for a walk around your neighbourhood, and/or to go to a park to collect leaves…Read More
If you want to make a simple costume for yourself or your kids, I’ve got some ideas for you. Some of these are ideas that I have used myself. Some of these are taken from the magazine “Parents” Oct. 2019. An important part of the costume, which can be used as a base for other…Read More
It’s spring in the northern hemisphere! Snow is melting, grass is starting to turn green and the summer birds are returning. Here are some springtime/bird activities for you to do with your kids. Have fun. You can find more Spring/bird activities as well as lots of other activities to do with your child in the…Read More
I have a great summer activity for you to do with your kids. The two main things you need is a little plaster of Paris and some sand and water. This idea is something I have done myself with kids, but it was an article by Donna Erickson who has a syndicated column with family…Read More
Science activity – Give Dad a Beard – (balloon activity) Material: balloon (lighter colour will work best), black (or dark) permanent marker, cracked black pepper (ground black pepper might work as well), plate, sweater, or blanket, or towel Blow up balloon and tie closed. Draw a man’s face on the balloon – keep the drawing…Read More