Posts from 'Kids'

Pretend Produce – For A Healthy Imagination

My 5 year old daughter loves to pretend that she is a shop owner – it keeps her happily occupied for at least an hour or more. The other day, I made some felt fruits and vegetables and we set up an imaginary roadside stand – complete with twine, bags and signs. Now I have to keep an eye peeled at garage sales for a scale…

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Doodle Games

This is a fun game you can play anywhere with your child. I carry a small sketch pad and pens in my purse and pull out this game when passing the time in a Doctor’s office, waiting for a meal at a restaurant or on a long car trip…

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Kicky Cards For Kids

I made a few of these cards for my daughters and they LOVED them. My 5 year old helped me make these. Because the bodies are drawn simply & the dress shape is uncomplicated- this is a great project for a wide age range of kids…

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Paper Girls

My older daughter loves to make paper dolls, she makes them by the hundreds. When we have other children over, these paper dolls often come out to play and keep my kids and their friends happy and creatively occupied for quite a bit. At the end of these play dates, friends sometimes ask if they can have one of my daughter’s dolls to take home. So, I thought I would share them on my blog and include printable versions for my readers’ kids…

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Roll Out The Fun With These Eco-Friendly Party Favors

A cardboard toilet paper roll is filled with treats and wrapped with a magazine page to create an eco-friendly party favor.

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