Feed the Reindeer Upper and Lower Case Letter Match

Do your kids love reindeer? Reindeer with red noses are usually adored characters by kids, so why not include them in some fun learning! {This printable is available in my shop. Thank you for your support!} These adorable reindeer are hungry! Make sure they’re fed and ready for the big night helping Santa Claus around… 

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Trolls Inspired Pod Houses

Recently, my daughter got a few Trolls figures, that she plays with all the time these days. One afternoon she asked me if we could make little houses for these trolls, because “they need a place to sleep, of course” 😉 . I got inspired for this project by those adorable pod shaped houses that… 

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How to Decorate a Mug with Homemade Stamps

A simple and FUN project! Check out how to decorate a mug with homemade stamps and porcelain markers! Rainy and foggy weather we’ve had lately is just perfect for having fun with creative projects like this! For a while I had some white cups still in the original packaging stashed somewhere in the back of… 

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Cork Sail Boats

This week we took a few days off and went to the seaside. It was a lovely vacation even though it was quite windy which means there was quite a bit of waves. But we didn’t let that hold us back and we successfully launched our home made cork sail boats which I mostly prepared… 

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Chocolate Covered Coconut Bars

You can prepare these yummy chocolate covered coconut bars in no time and they taste a lot like the well known Bounty bars. At the same time, if you want a healthy desert and don’t consume dairy, eggs or nuts, you can enjoy them as well. They’re absolutely delicious, filled with healthy ingredients and they… 

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Ocean Sensory Bin Adventure

In these hot summer days, playing in or around water is more than just fun, plus you can have your little piece of the seaside right in your home, garden or balcony! All you need to make a fun ocean sensory bin adventure, is a large PVC container and a few accessories like stones/rocks, plants,… 

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Rainbow Rice Sensory Play

Rainbow rice is a wonderful material for sensory play and it’s great for fine motor development too. We’ve been having a lot of rain for the past couple of days and there’s just something special about these little colored grains, that make even a dull cloudy day colorful and fun! Materials: white rice zip plastic… 

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Creamy Chocolate Avocado Popsicles

June is here! You know what that means? Ice cream and popsicles season has begun! No matter the temperatures or where you live, who can really resist a delicious, healthy, fruit filled, refined sugar and additives free popsicle? What do you think about home made popsicles with a strong chocolate flavor, gentle creamy consistency and… 

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Stabilo Woody Crayons Review

My daughter loves drawing so much that her drawings are attached to almost every wall of our apartment (while I do too, she mostly tapes them herself 😉 ), therefore I’m constantly on the lookout for new and most importantly innovative and funky materials. This post contains affiliate links Recently my little one started predominantly… 

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Color Changing Sidewalk Chalk

Summer days are almost upon us and warm sunny days always remind me of colorful drawings on the sidewalk. This year we got an early start and have so far made quite a few cute kids drawings, but this time around with a little twist! 😉 We used chalks I made with the help of… 

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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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