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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Edible Hats!

My son's Kindergarten class is having a Dr. Seuss day on Friday. I signed up to bring a snack. Today was the practice of the snack!

You need Fruit Roll Ups, Marshmallows, and Strawberries, and wooden sticks.

I cut the strawberries ahead of time. Then let the kids go at it!




Other things you could use are bananas (I am deathly allergic - so those were OUT!)
In my son's class we are doing string cheese cubes and cherry tomatoes.

Have fun!

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

A long time ago...



I only had 3 kids! This was January 2010! My youngest was not even one yet!  I did monthly shots with these 'thing' shirts and they were so adorable!

This week is Dr. Seuss's Birthday!

We are spending all week reading Dr. Seuss books.
Tomorrow, I will have a food craft and Friday, I will have a game.

This week--that baby in those pictures turns THREE!
While I cry my eyes out celebrate her birthday this weekend, I will be back to business the following week.
Sorry, with my parents in town for my newly turned ONE year old and my bebe who is 3 weeks/3months old - I have been a tad busy. :P

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Valentines - 2

My daughter and I had a lovely time making THESE.

I think she (4) was a little too young for these, and would suggest making these with an older kid.

They weren't "hard" but they were not toddler friendly in the making process.

Nonetheless, they were cute and fun and what she wanted to make.



The front read "You BLING a smile to my face"

She wrote her name ALL by herself 10x!

It was a good day. :)

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Valentines - 1

Busy gettin' our Valentine's on!

My son (and me) made these cute things!
The teacher made the pink hearts with numbers so the class only had to write their OWN names on the Valentines. We incorporated into the valentine.

Original Idea found HERE

We just did our own version using paper I had on hand, and some punches I had here too.
The army guys were found at the penny section at Michaels.

So - $0.01 for 18 Valentines. Not to Shabby!

Thursday, February 2, 2012

White Mud

Here is what you need:
A bar of soap
A grater
A tub/pan
Loose toilet paper

Start by grating 1/2 a bar of soap.

Then tear the toilet paper up

Then add soap.

Then add water.

Let the kids squeeze, manipulate, and play with their mud as long as they like.
The more they play with it, the better it will be.

Good Clean Fun!

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