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My list of life lessons I want to teach my children. 1.
May 4th 2012 was a great day!
The waterBOB® is a water containment system that holds up to 100 gallons of fresh drinking water in any standard bathtub in the event of an emergency.
Getting the attention from a group is done easily with inhale and exhale pose.
November 19, 2010 by Bobbi I get asked this question a LOT: “How do you get such natural shots of kids?” Great question.
"Words are a poet's paint...Every word has the power to make something happen."
Reading and Writing
I know I've told you already... but I adore this woman - Shawni - and the whole inspiring Eyre clan.
This is part 2 to my first post about snow and ice activities from yesterday . On one of the days we made these borax crystal snowflakes. We actually first made these, two Christmases ago. They looked so pretty then, but when I pulled them out this last Christmas they had turned a little chalky and white and not pretty anymore.
learning 4 kids Loads of fun ideas for learning through play at home You are here: Home / Bath Play / Water Balloons Sensory Play – Bath Time Fun!
Inspired by a Pin I've recently seen about "rules for dads with daughters," I went searching for a similar list for moms with sons. This search was mostly fruitless, so I was inspired to write my own Rules for Moms with Sons. Granted, my list will not be conclusive and may not be entirely uncontroversial.
This entire week my son has asked to play with bubbles after dinner. The sun is lower, the weather is cool at that time, and there has been a nice breeze. We have spent up to an hour making large bubbles and running around popping them. I will always remember an experience I had with my Pre-K students years ago. I found some unpoppable bubbles back then and we played with them in the classroom.
We used a funnel to fill sets of balloons with pantry items of varying texture: 2 each of rice, flour, sugar, small pearl tapioca, lentils, quinoa, and pumpkin seeds.
Don't throw those broken crayons away, recycle them! 1.
Art education for children is an important part of any school curriculum.
My birthday was AWESOME - I promise you that this was the BEST birthday I have ever had! So, as promised - here is a glimpse at our Random(ish) Acts of Kindness!