We have many friends and family members who live far away, and we don’t get to see them often. Let’s face it, with young kids, even our friends and family who live within walking distance don’t see us that often. Can you relate? 🙂 We decided to “send hugs” to some of our loved onesContinue reading “Sending Hugs”
We’re currently going through a major “everything rainbow” phase in our house – ever since we got our rainbow themed Kiwico Koala Crate in February, my daughter has been obsessed with rainbows. I love themed crafts, and who doesn’t love rainbows, so I’ve embraced the obsession (from breakfast to bath and bed time) and thisContinue reading “3D Paper Rainbow (with bonus science experiment)”
Flossing is tricky to teach to a toddler, so I wanted to find a fun way to help my daughter understand how to do it properly and practice. Here’s what we used: Construction paper (pink for the mouth and red for the tongue) Scissors Black marker Glue (I used a glue gun, but white glueContinue reading “Dental Hygiene Part 2: Flossing”
It’s one thing to teach kids about the importance of brushing our teeth morning and night, but helping them grasp how to do it properly can be challenging. As my daughter wants to be more and more independent, she’s no longer so keen to let me brush her teeth for her, so I found myselfContinue reading “Dental Hygiene Part 1: Brushing”
Make a 3D aquarium out of a cereal box. See post for full instructions.