How to Draw a Ghost
This article will teach you to draw an old fashioned cartoon ghost. Draw a medium-sized circle at the top of the page.
Easy DIY Trash Bag Spiderwebs
Halloween is my favorite Holiday of the year! There is no pressure, just a lot of FUN (and excuses to eat extremely large amounts of candy). I have a room in my house that I like to make as creepy as possible– the more hairy spiders, the better! It’s just unfortunate that Halloween decorations are so darn …
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Le temps passe et je suis sollicitée pour des demandes multiples donc je "rame" un peu..mais ça se concrétise quand meme peu à...
Our Space Inquiry
The kids have been asking a lot of questions about space. I started out by setting out some invitations to learn around the room for them to explore the Earth and the moon during Thinking, Learning and Dicovering Time, inviting them to look closer and document what they noticed. We looked closer at maps and the kids created their own maps of a community complete with symbols, a key, and a rose compass. They kept asking what the earth was made of so we investigated the inside of the earth and…
Space-Themed Birthday Party Games | Cook Clean Craft
My son just turned 6 and is obsessed with all things Space and Astronomy. It was only natural that he’d have a space-themed birthday party. (He did want a map-themed party, but my husband managed to talk him out of that!) Today, I’m sharing the activities and games for the birthday party. Make a Solar […]
10 best kids handprint art projects
Today is Tuesday, and I am sharing my favourite handprint projects I have recently discovered on Pinterest, as part of Oh Amanda's Top Ten Tuesday.
Oliver's Astronaut Training Birthday Party!
Jen from The Pickled Nipple recently held an Astronaut Training Birthday Party for her son's 3rd birthday. Oliver requested a Space party and Jen delivered with fun Astronaut activities and even a guest appearance by an Astronaut! Mission Control On arrival, each child was directed to Mission Control to collect
Make Your Own Rocket - Focus on the Family
Gather one plastic drinking straw rubber band paper scissors tape Go 1. Place your balloon on the top end of the drinking straw. Fasten a rubber band securely around the balloon so that it is sealed to the end of your straw. 2. Cut out two paper fins, using the fin guide. Slip first fin […]
Astronaut Training Party
OK...the last of the 3 birthdays in a row is done! Robbie's 5th birthday party was an astronaut space party...so here is your photo journey! INVITATIONS: the boys each received a box instead of just a card (boxes courtesy of USPS priority) Here was the invitation folder... and invitation. (I used the font "neuropol." Looked so spacey!) Under their invitations, they received their official uniform (I told you I was going to love printable iron-ons) they also got a little "preflight energy…