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17 Snowman Crafts for Kids

| January 3, 2018 | 16 Comments
17 Snowman Crafts for Kids

Winter snow is quite magical. Why? It’s what it takes to build a snowman. When your kids don’t want to brave the cold… no worries! They can still bring a snowman (or woman) to life by making one or more of these craft projects. Here are just a few of them. As you can see, […]

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15 Fall Crafts For Kids

| September 18, 2017 | 11 Comments
15 Fall Crafts For Kids

    Fall Crafts for kids never disappoint. If your kids are anything like mine they live and breathe craft time. It doesn’t even matter if they have a craft project to do, they just want to doodle and glue and cut and glue some more. It’s the best thing since sliced bread at times […]

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Discovering The Wonder Inside Curiosity Box #Review #Giveaway ~ CAN 01/05

| December 16, 2014 | 45 Comments
Discovering The Wonder Inside Curiosity Box #Review #Giveaway ~ CAN 01/05

Picture this: It is a cold and snowy day. You have children at home who want to go outside, but it is just too cold and windy. Your kids are bored, and they do not want to play or watch television anymore. What can you do to keep your children entertained on days like this? […]

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Six Steps to a Fabulous Holiday Urn!

| December 17, 2013 | 23 Comments
Six Steps to a Fabulous Holiday Urn!

Happy Holidays everyone! Don’t you just love holiday urns? I love that they can be decorated for any holiday really. However, decorating them can be daunting. Fear not! I’m going to help you make your urns look fresh.fabulous.sophisticated in just a few steps! It was about time I took out my Fall mums. Oh my! […]

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This is Mitten Weather!

| March 4, 2013 | 6 Comments
This is Mitten Weather!

Being a teacher I love bringing thematic learning to my classroom. This time of the year is tough, major holidays are over and spring is just around the corner but winter clothing still needs to be worn. During this time of year I would bring out my mitten unit for my primary students. I have […]

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