14 Lovely Days: Day 2
Well, we've been living in the land of the crud all week and the last 2 days I've had all three home sick. Cabin fever is setting in! I tried really hard to keep the peace today. I let the boys pick their "territory". Sam chose my bedroom and Fulton chose the den. Ollie just roamed and took turns visiting his brothers in their territories. It was an interesting day to say the least. I'm just hoping everyone is well enough to go to school tomorrow. Any who... on to Day 2. My random act for…
Clothespin Dinosaur Craft
Clothespins make perfect chomping jaws for this fun dinosaur craft. While dinosaurs are often more appealing to boys, I'm sure there are plenty of girls out there that will love this too! So, pull out
Cardboard Tube Craft: Colorful Ghoul Family
Like these ghouls, I make lots of cardboard tube crafts. There's something about cardboard tubes that just immediately gets my creative wheels turning.
M is for Monster: Math & Science Preschool Activities
Kids will love this self-inflating monster balloon experiment! It's part of a M is for Monster theme with preschool science and math.
Paper Plate Monster Kids Craft
We like not-so-scary monsters at our house. Scary monsters, forget about it!..but colorful, happy monsters are welcome in my home. In fact, we have several favorite children's books with happy monster characters. I've been eager
Queen Victoria Market | Melbourne's Marketplace
Celebrate the spookiest weekend of the year with arts and crafts at South Melbourne Market! Come and join in on one of the weekend workshops – great fun for the whole family. Bring to life scary monsters, create a witches hat, a frightening bat or ghost mobile or even a pumpkin garland.
Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
A photographic journal of my experiences with my young son and studying to become a preschool teacher.
Headband Monster Craft for Kids - Fantastic Fun & Learning
Create silly monsters and get lots of giggles with this fun headband monster craft for kids.
Shape monsters---can incorporate shapes, vertices and adjectives all in one. Have the kids create their shape monster then describe it using math vocabulary and afjectives