When talking to young children


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Always watch your words… and make sure your actions and words fit your facial expressions. Keep it positive and real. Talk to children with respect always!

Be Creative!


It’s time for show and tell once again !

This is a real fun upcycle I did using and old night stand.

It now is a wonderful play stove.

Be inspired! Get creating!

We have been working hard!


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Here is what the one playroom floor looked like. It was so old and worn I had to put carpets or foam pads down to protect the kids from getting a sliver.

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Look what we did 🙂 yes that’s an ity bity sander hahaha and I killed it whoops! who new ?? now I know … don’t use a baby sander for such a big project.

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I’m so happy with the results! We did it ourselves, we rented a floor sander and we went for it! Never did anything like this before! I am so glad we tried it.

Side Walk Paint


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Now that the warmer weather is here and we can see the sidewalks ( the snow is gone !! ) we decided to paint them up nice. I made side walk paint by mixing cornstarch, water, and food colouring.

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the colours were nice and bright and when it dried it had such a neat texture!

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We thought the tree would like so colour as well …

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Spring wreath


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Super easy and fun, the kids and I painted egg cartons then glued them to a wreath cut out of poster board.
We then glued a button into the center of each and made bright green leaves out fun foam and stuck them in the empty places.

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super cute – super fun!

Shamrocks


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Very simple, much Fun!

Our favourite St Patty’s Day craft this year.

I taped three cylinder wooden blocks together, we then used it as a stamp. We also have one stamp with four blocks… We used that one only once.
It was for good luck 🙂