Winter crafts are a great way to ring in the season, whether your child is schooling from home or in the classroom, this year has changed young schedules everywhere. It is important to include some arts and crafts in your family’s day! Get in the holiday spirit by creating winter themed crafts to display all around the house. This will be a step-by-step guide all about how to create each of these winter crafts.
The one thing that makes me feel confident about the week ahead is planning it out and journaling it before it even starts. This might sound a little counterintuitive but I promise you you will be thanking me after your first journaling experience.
With school coming back into session right around the corner, meal planning can be challenging with kiddos. The more you can get them involved in the kitchen or the meal planning process, the more engaged they are in what is going into their bellies. It allows children to have a hands-on approach to food and they’re more likely to try things when they are proud of what was cooked.
Noodle Crafts for kids are easy and fun. Dry pasta, paint, paper & (glitter) paste; becomes a novel way to make art! Using noodles & art supplies that are usually readily available you can create easy afternoon art projects that kids will love. They make great handmade gifts too!
Temporary tattoos are a classic and creative way for kids and to express themselves. Although they are most often associated with decorating the skin, temporary tattoos also make excellent options for decorating, craft projects and more!