So my Mum is a genius...not sure if I've mentioned that fact here before. If you want to see a picture of her pretty little face then click the following link to see a craft that she made with my kids: DIY Scarecrow. We took a little holiday with my parents in November, renting a … Continue reading Cardboard Box Kitchen
Get the Whole Fam in on Meal Prep! Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com I think it's important that we teach our kids how to help out at home. We need to prepare them for the life ahead of them, and while it takes way longer and is never done the way we want it, we … Continue reading The Family Chop
This simple Rice Krispie Treat recipe takes on an Easter twist today! When you make these Rice Krispie Eggs you will not only have them coloured, but also each one can be many different colours!
Happy Easter! Only three more sleeps until Easter weekend, and my family couldn't be more excited! We're looking forward to going to church twice (including sharing communion!), having our Easter egg hunt (including resurrection eggs), eating special foods (including our Rice Krispie Eggs - stay tuned!), celebrating Passover (check out this post and then this … Continue reading Free Printable Easter Trivia
It's our series finale for Canada's Natives Long Ago! We had a Potlatch Party, a custom of the Natives of the North Pacific Coast. With details on food, games, crafts and activities, this party makes history exciting!
For our old fashioned tea party we made first class head coverings. Girls = fascinators and the boys = top hats. The boys loved their top hats! I expected them take them off as soon as I wasn't looking, but they wore them way longer than the girls wore their fascinators! These top hats make great magician hats, gentlemen's top hats or Leprechaun hats for St. Patrick's Day!
Today we learned about the Natives of the North Pacific Coast, and for our craft we made Paper Towel Roll Totem Poles. each child was so proud of his or her totem pole, and that it represented them! They all needed help at various times, but we just quietly worked away, and it made for a lovely morning.
My kids always like coming in and having a cup of hot chocolate to help warm them up and feel all cozy! How lovely to come in from the cold and have your hot chocolate with your very own Marshmallow Igloo. Mmmm! This is a lovely, easy craft that is not only cute, but edible, too!
10 Ideas for Celebrating Valentine's Day as a Family. Usually we do absolutely nothing to celebrate Valentine's Day, but this year, with precious little going on, we are trying to use every available idea to bring a bit of happiness and celebration into our home. You can too!
Here it is! All the favourites from 2020! I know, for many people, 2020 wasn't awesome. So come take a look with me at some things about 2020 that WERE AWESOME!!