After a long Midwest winter there is nothing more blissful than warm sunshine! So the Chicago weather has us in quite a good mood. We felt obligated to take advantage such a nice day and want you to as well. Get outside with your kids and find your bliss by trying today’s activity: Sidewalk chalk paint!Read More
Spring is here, flowers are blooming and bees are buzzing. What better way to learn about Spring than to talk to your child about one of the important little bugs of the season – bees! This fun craft will help reinforce all they are learning.Read More
Step into Spring with this cute and easy butterfly art craft for kids of all ages!*
What you need:
- Non-toxic paint
- Construction paper
Reading to children has many benefits and by bringing your child’s stories to life, you can reinforce what your child is learning in the story. For years Dr. Seuss has been teaching children how to read and expand their vocabulary.Read More
Whether you are Irish or not, this fun St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock craft is a great way to have your child’s hand-print keepsake while celebrating a fun holiday.
What you need:
- Green construction paper
- Non toxic finger-paint
- Non toxic glue
What to do:
- Paint some finger-paint on your child’s hand or dip their hand in some finger-paint.
- Place four hand-prints palms facing same direction on piece of paper.
- Draw a line under the shamrock for the stem with a stick of glue.
- Poor glitter on the glue & shake excess off over the garbage can.
Spring brings with it new life in many forms – budding trees, plants breaking forth and baby animals. It’s a great time to teach children about nature. This easy book craft teaches your child about baby animals that hatch from eggs.Read More