Simple 4th of July American Flag Craft

Have you been searching for a fun and simple 4th of July flag craft for kids? Keep reading to find out how to create this kid-friendly USA flag. You will need: Popsicle Sticks Paint Paintbrushes White Paper Scissors Paint half of a popsicle stick red. Paint the other half of the popsicle stick blue. RepeatRead more

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Easy Q-tip Fireworks for 4th of July

Create some spectacular and effective firework pictures with items around the house in celebration of Independence Day (or reuse the idea for Bonfire Night in November). You will need: Black paper Red paint Blue paint Scissors Glue Cotton buds / Q-tips Cut the cotton buds / q-tips into halves. Dip the end of the cottonRead more

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4th July Fun Sensory Painting Activities for Kids

It is nearly Independence Day, which is a great time to get the paints and enjoy some sensory painting activities that any child will enjoy, no matter their age! Our daughter has autism so she really enjoyed painting with different items around the house, and creating instant artwork without finding it too tricky! We hadRead more

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St. Patrick's Day Chocolate Bark

Fancy some easy St. Patricks day activities? Do you also want something incredibly festive to snack on?! Well you are in the right place! Below we have a step by step guide to making St. Patricks Day Chocolate bark and man, oh, man is it tasty!  Instructions 1. Melt the chocolate in 30 second intervalsRead more

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20 St. Patrick’s Day Crafts and Food for Kids

Are you stuck for ideas on how to keep your little ones amused during Spring Break? Well, it just so happens that Spring Break collides with St. Patrick’s Day! I have collated some of the BEST St. Patrick’s Day crafts and food ideas for you – from handprint four leaf clovers to shamrock punch, fingerprintRead more

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Dr Seuss Oreo Cat in the Hat Recipe and Guide

I bet you cannot stop hearing about Dr. Seuss at the moment! Are you kids nagging you to read “Green Eggs and Ham” for the umpteenth time in a row?! Are your students only listening to you if you make all of your commands rhyme?! Why not entertain the kiddos with some Dr. Seuss CatRead more

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26 Mardi Gras Recipes and Activities for Kids and FREE Cupcake Toppers

Mardi Gras isn’t just a celebration for adults, kids love it too! If you’re looking for ways to celebrate with your children, I’ve got you covered! Mardi Gras is known for delicious foods (King Cake, anyone?) and decorating in bright, sparkly green, purple, and gold decor, and having fun. Here’s a list of fun MardiRead more

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