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I hope that you and your children are having fun learning alongside the Poppins Book Nook participants. Last month we explored and created storybook activities themed to Newbery Medal Books. This month’s new theme is Artists. Artists are important to storybooks. They can help bring the story and the author’s ideas to life with vivid images. With that in mind,...

Welcome and thank you for stopping by to see how to include a fun DIY Kids Christmas Butterfly Poinsettia Votive inspired by the Light and Love ornament by Joanne Eschrich for the August 2015 Featured Artist as part of the Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Club into your arts and craft lessons. This fun kids hands-on craft focuses on lightening up the holidays, just like...

Welcome to the August 2015 monthly featured artist study in the Exploring Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Artists monthly series exclusively found here on Enchanted Homeschooling Mom! This month we will be focusing on the creative talents and energies of the Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Artist Joanne Eschrich. If you are a fan of Hallmark, which I feel safe in assuming you...

Welcome and thank you for stopping by to see how to include a fun DIY Kids Christmas Lighthouse Project inspired by the Holiday Lighthouse ornament by Tracy Larsen for the July 2015 Featured Artist as part of the Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Club into your arts and craft lessons. This fun kids hands-on craft focuses on making memories, just like the artist who was inspired...

Welcome to the July 2015 monthly featured artist study in the Exploring Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Artists monthly series exclusively found here on Enchanted Homeschooling Mom! This month we will be focusing on the creative talents and energies of the Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Artist Tracy Larsen. If you are a fan of Hallmark, which I feel safe in assuming you are...

Welcome and thank you for stopping by to see how to bring a fun DIY Kids Art Décor Project inspired by the 1965 Ford Mustang ornament by Don Palmiter for the June 2015 Featured Artist for the Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Club into your arts and craft lessons. This fun family hands-on craft focuses on making memories, just like the artist who was inspired to create...

Welcome to the June 2015 monthly featured artist study in the Exploring Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Artists monthly series exclusively found here on Enchanted Homeschooling Mom! This month we will be focusing on the creative talents and energies of the Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Artist Don Palmiter. If you are a fan of Hallmark, which I feel safe in assuming you are...

Summer is the perfect time for kids to explore the world! Whether you are planning a vacation across the country, looking for “staycation” ideas in your hometown, or simply exploring local parks, there will be many interesting things for kids to see and discover. Regardless of where our travels take us we try to look upon each new trip as an opportunity for fun...

 Fireworks! Those sparkly, glowing bursts in the sky, and one of the best parts of summer! This simple craft allows even young kids to create their own glowing fireworks! All you need to make these little Glow in the Dark Beaded Fireworks are glow in the dark pony beads (ours were kindly provided by CraftProjectIdeas.com), pipe cleaners, and fishing line. To...

Now that spring is in full swing, my kids are having a great time watching (and trying to identify) all the birds that visit our yard! All our birds inspired these colorful kid-made birds created from an egg carton! To make these cute little birds you need to gather some supplies: an empty egg carton, paint, medium sized pom poms, googly eyes, orange felt, and...

Webster’s Dictionary defines tessellations as, “a covering of an infinite geometric plane without gaps or overlaps by congruent plane figures of one type or a few types.” This means that tessellations are formed when shapes are repeated to cover a flat space without overlapping each other or leaving gaps. It’s also commonly known as tiling.Historically,...

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