I first heard of Kiwi Crate about a year ago when some wonderful kid craft bloggers couldn’t stop talking about it on their blogs.  I have to admit, I was intrigued.  When looking deeper into what Kiwi Crate is …

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Come Together Kids is a great blog to get fun ideas to do with your children. This Science Party post that she has compiled is amazing. She has a bunch of links to her past ‘experiements’ that you can …

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I used to love this game as a child, and I could have used this souped up historical game even more when I had to memorize the Presidents. What a great project for you to do with your child, and …

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The Nature of Grace is a wonderful blog that gives you full lesson plans for topics! Thanksgiving and Pilgrims is their most recent homeschool lesson. I love these Pilgrim Pumpkins, and think they would look great on a front porch. …

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When you think of Chinet, you normally think of breakfast, lunch or dinner….not crafts! Chinet has created a wonderful Halloween page that gives you tons of ideas for how to use their paper goods to make amazing Halloween Crafts like …

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My girls would go Ga Ga over this gift! How lucky is Kristen’s niece who will be getting this play pizza set for her birthday!?! I think my favorite topping is the green peppers which she said took the longest …

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Here is some great inspiration for making acorn animals with your children. Here, they made acorn birds and a bird’s nest. Head on over to Make Learning Fun to see the photos!…

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Does chalk get you in the school spirit? I love the look of a freshly cleaned blackboard and a brand new stick of chalk to start off the year(sorry, that’s the school teacher in me.) ….from glitter to gumdrops has …

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I love this idea of a popsicle playground. They are the perfect size for the ‘little people’ or any tiny characters you may have lying around your house. Living in Florida, the heat is sometimes too much during the day …

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Culture Cottage is a great resource for teaching about different cultures through craft.  Here, they show you a little information about Denmark, and how they used their legos to create the Danish flag!…

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Teach Mama has a great post about what types of recyclables you should keep and how they will benefit your child’s learning/craft time. You won’t believe how many great ideas this one post alone has in it. I can’t wait …

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This family is so cute, and they worked so hard on their cave paintings while learning about the Early People. Enchanted Schoolhouse is where you can find out what they used, and what books they referred to to make these …

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Make It Crafty: Woolly Fun Crafts for KidsYou can find ALL the links to these great ‘wool’ crafts seen in this photo over at KidsStyleFile.  Side Note: These craft links were compiled from a computer in Australia where it is currently winter and apparently very cold…but …

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I just had to post about this book craft that goes along with one of my favorite children’s books, The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle.  Currently, my girls are learning about butterflies, in fact we are waiting for the …

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2011-friendshipbracelet1.jpgRemember making these taped to your knees when you were a kid? I do… I’m an 80s kid, come on now. Ohdeedoh has some great links to bring back your memories of these childhood charmers. Now you can teach your …

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