This is another quick and easy Super Bowl recipe that your crowd will LOVE!
Materials: Ice Cube Trays (any would work; the ones shown are from Ikea), Pom-pom balls (local craft store), Tweezers/Small kitchen tongs, Pom-Pom Balls and Ice Cube Tray Ideas: 1. Sorting by colors 2. Placing a certain number of pom-pom balls into each hole 3. Using tweezers or any small kitchen tongs to pick up the [...]
Intentionally a Family We are intentional about being a family. Since my husband and I have begun working in the field of education and Christian ministry, we have seen a wide spectrum of family dynamics. Both of us feel blessed to have come from families that are stable and remain intact, however, some of the [...]
Materials: Paint, Ziploc Bags, Tape Directions: 1. Open the bag and lay in on the counter, pour a small amount of paint using different colors on the bottom (inside) on the bag. 2. Close the bag and slowly turn in upright. Then tape it to a window, a wall, or another vertical surface at a comfortable [...]
What are Fine Motor Skills ‘Fine motor’ refers to the development of small muscle movements in the hands. Fine motor skills develop as your child’s whole body gains mobility, stability, cognitive, and emotional/social development. What are the Benefits of Fine Motor Skill Activities 1. Fine motor skills development play a key role in the [...]
What is Vertical Writing & Activities Valerie Pieraccini, OTR (of ehandprints.com) writes, ”As parents we often spend a lot of energy trying to provide the best for our kids… So you may be happy to learn that there is a way to provide the best for your child’s hand skills without spending a lot of time or [...]
I would definitely consider myself more “crafty” than “artsy!” When it comes to drawing and painting (other than walls or a few basic shapes) it is clear that I do not poses gifts in those areas. This was confirmed in teaching E.S.L for several years through all the giggles and snickers I heard as I [...]
“Just a minute buddy, I need to______. Please be patient!” Sound familiar? It all started around the time that my first son was approaching 18 months and I was approaching 9 months of pregnancy… makes for an interesting combination doesn’t it! I found myself asking him to be patient for a minute or two while [...]