Pumpkin French Toast - This is the perfect Fall breakfast! My family loved it and it's so easy to make! It's also a great recipe to keep on hand for that extra 1/2 c pumpkin you have from other Fall baking.
Pumpkin French Toast - Cooking Classy
Homegrown Grass Handprint; such a COOL idea for 4-H, especially for volunteers (thanks for being a big hand - you've dedicated your hands to larger service!!)
4-H Public Speaking Resources — Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service
Make Microwavable Heating Pads - to give to every member in an assisted living home. This is community service--make it a Take Action project by a) creating a "how to" handout and giving copies to volunteer organizations that help the elderly; b) doing a community assessment to find other organizations that could use donations (faith-based orgs with a ministry for seniors, hospitals, clinics, etc) or c) creating a new group of volunteers who commit to making these year-round.
Microwavable Heating Pads
Free pattern to make a whole mess of felt piggy banks. Easy, cheap and a great little gift! thanks so for great idea xox
Felt Piggy Banks Tutorial - Dream a Little Bigger
How to make Bread in A bag | Skip To My Lou
Clare's Contemplations: Hospital "Busy Bags"
Have kids write the reason on a white board and take a picture with them holding it, frame it for Mother's Day gift. So cute!
Tennessee 4-H Poster Art Contest State Winners
How to Cut the 'Ums,' Uhs,' and 'Literallys' When Speaking
Lots of ideas for party games. Consider "Desert Island" as a family game at our next family get-together.
Adult Party Games
Walker Caddy Tutorial by Melly Sews: Nursing Home Service Project. Who knows when we will need this pattern? Sooner or later!
Walker Caddy Tutorial by Melly Sews | Skip To My Lou
Hedgehog planter from plastic bottle DIY
Susie Qute: Hedgehog Planter from Plastic Bottle DIY
33 Service Projects To Do With Your Kids
Millions of Miles: 33 Service Projects To Do With Your Kids
This family did a year of service ... this is their list of projects Project List Below is a list of the projects I have completed to date. Each time I do a project, I will add it here and link to more information. The projects on this list are all designed to be appropriate for preschoolers in some respect. Or, at the very least, they are designed to provide a good example for preschoolers.
52 Service Project Ideas