Fish and Fishbowls Upper and Lower Case Letter Match

Getting ready to teach your little ones the alphabet? This printable upper and lower case letter matching activity is a fun way to work on letter recognition with your kids! {This printable can be purchased in my shop. Thank you for your support!} These colorful fish are looking for their fishbowls! Kids can match the… 

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Mysterious Animal Traces

Did you enjoy playing a detective as a child? You can make an amazingly simple detective game with your kids that’s going to be both fun and educational. Everything you need you probably already have at home. It’s a lot of fun watching the kids put their detective skills to use and figure out which… 

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Popsicle Stick Puzzle

Make a popsicle stick puzzle with your kids! It’s especially interesting for all the ice cream lovers out there. 😉  It’s a fun project and an activity, that will keep the kids occupied for hours and will also cut down on waste. I used brand new craft sticks but you could also clean and then… 

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Homemade Raw Vegan Chocolate

This delicious Homemade Raw Vegan Chocolate is super quick and really easy to make. It’s free of unhealthy preservatives and other bad food additives. Cacao powder is a great source of antioxidants and iron, coconut sugar and lucuma are natural sweeteners with low glycemic index, while coconut butter provides some of those good fatty acids…. 

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Big Maze Book Review

Do you love to solve fun and mysterious mazes? I’m not sure which one of use loves it more; me or my little girl. 😉 Cute illustrations, fun instructions and lots of interesting mazes to solve. We found all of that in the book called Big Maze Book We really love this book and use… 

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DIY Marble Maze

Do you or your kids love to play with marbles? Or maybe solving mysterious mazes? What’s even more fun is a maze made especially for marbles! I should probably warn you, building a maze like this might captivate even adults and before you know it, you could all end up playing with it. 😉 What… 

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Simple Craft Foam Stamps

You know how kids like to play with different colors and shapes! So why not make really cool and super simple craft foam stamps for the little ones to play with. You can make really cute stamps just the way you and your little ones want it, by using small pieces of foam rubber and… 

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What Causes Storms?

What causes storms? Can you make one at home? Well…kind of. 😉 I found an interesting experiment, which allows children to understand the reason for the formation of storms! We’re going to imagine, that the water is in fact air. Two of the most important ingredients for thunderstorm formation are unstable air and moisture. The… 

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Homemade Sidewalk Chalk

I wanted to try making homemade sidewalk chalk for quite some time. I found this recipe, but I changed it a little bit (instead of powdered tempera paint, I used the liquid one). The whole process seemed intimidating to me and I thought it’ll be a lot harder than it actually is. For some reason,… 

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Craft Foam Window Puzzle

I think this is one of those activities, you can always fall back to, when you’re out of fresh ideas or the weather suddenly takes a turn for the worse. All you need to make your own little window puzzle is a few sheets of craft foam in different colors, scissors and some water. Cut… 

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Dry Erase Worksheet Trick

In the previous post, I presented you with a collection of free worksheets, full of fun exercises and this time, I’ll show you an awesome trick you can use, to make your mazes, exercises and coloring pages even more useful… and super FUN! How? It’s really simple, you just print out the worksheets and laminate… 

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