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The Free St. Patrick's Day Pack is out! Enjoy! These St. Patrick’s Day printables are to be used with children from 2 to 8. These printables were made to go with the book: There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed
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We’ve been indoors so much lately and the cabin fever is starting to set in. While it seems like Jane would love to color until the end of time, we seem to reach that point more quickly if that’s all we’re doing. So we grabbed our crayons and turned them into bowling pins! Materials Avocado …
We made the heart handprints, and they turned out wonderfully. We started making them on Monday, but even the ones we did Tuesday dried quickly enough to be able to write down the children's quotes for their mothers, and send them home that day. I used cardstock for the paper, which made the handprints look…
Hippity Hop, Here Comes a Little Q-tip Bunny | Make and Takes
This little Q-tip bunny has hopped it’s way to our house for a fun little adventure. He’s watching over the kids to make sure he’ll be able to come again to our house for Easter and hide a few eggs and treats. To make you’re own little hippity hoppin’ bunny, get out your stash of … Continued