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Snowmen, who doesn’t love snowmen! And when I found some gorgeous long pine cones, I knew just what to make with them….snowmen!   To make these cute snowmen you first need some pine cones. I was lucky to find these super long pine cones in a friend’s yard, but they were super sticky! I was able to get rid of the stickiness of the...

Welcome to the Wonderful World of Sensory Bins Series! This month I am back with a new book-inspired sensory bin! Sensory bins are a lot of fun, but are also a great way to incorporate some hands-on learning! I like to tie in great children’s literature with my sensory bins, so that is what I am going to try to do as a contributor for Enchanted Homeschooling Mom...

Are you ready for some football fun! Most football days are spent in front of the TV rooting on your favorite team, decked out in your team’s color and generally have a great time, whether you win or lose. While enjoying your favorite team, why not create a fun kids craft and game?  This fun kids craft and game is not only easy to create, but it is fun to...

Winter is here and that means there will be too many indoor days in the coming months! When it is too cold to play outside how do you keep kids entertained for weeks at a time? I rounded up some great ideas for Indoor Activities To Keep Kids Busy In The Winter that I think your kids will love!    Get Active Indoors! If they have energy to burn, you...

For some wintry fun, the kids made peppermint scented snowflakes and snowmen out of baked cotton balls!  This isn’t the first time we have played with baked cotton balls, but it is the first time we specifically used them for art!      To make our cotton ball sculptures, we started my mixing 1/2 c flour with 1/2 c of water for each color...

I hope you all enjoyed and got a chance to make last months Turkey Name Game. We still have ours out because Kaidence loves playing with it so much. This month we have a fun Snowflake Bingo Game that you can customize. This is a great game to play to review color recognition, letter recognition, numbers, and even adding and subtraction. I’ve been looking for...

We have a thing about making Nutter Butters into other cute seasonal cookies. We have made turkeys, snowmen, and even chicks! This year for a good friend of ours, we decided to try making some penguins! I gathered the need ingredients: Nutter Butters, white candy melts, black candy melts (could use dark chocolate too), mini M&Ms, and for beaks I went with these...

Making New Years resolutions is a great tradition, but an even better one is to actually keep them. I’m guessing close to 50% of resolutions are broken by the end of January and 90% within the 1st 6 months. Let’s make this year the exception! Here are 3 tips to help! 3 Ways to Keep Your Resolutions 1. Make a large list of New Year’s resolutions....

With winter arriving today, I want to present to you all my latest science themed pack that focuses on Penguins called Penguin Friends Pack. In this 100+ page printable pack you will find almost everything you need to know about penguins. This pack takes a closer look at nine different types of penguins, their habitats, and contains other penguin related activities...

  So we have been deciding on a paint color for our dining room for about 3 (maybe 6) months now. We have lots of samples and lots of colorful dots on the wall and lots of paint stirrers! With winter coming I decided to put them to good use (since obviously painting the dining rooms not a priority) and make some snowmen!   You start by painting the sticks...

I have started a new project series with Elizabeth from the fabulous Kiwi Crate.  As part of her last arts and crafts kit that was themed with penguins she was given a hands-on science experiment to do.  It was called Ice Cube Lift.  As Elizabeth loved the rest of the parts of the Kiwi Crateon penguins I had them do this short, but informative hands-on experiment...

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