A Wild About Party Packs spring-time idea
By Candace of Wild About Party Packs
The sun is shining and the bulbs are blooming. Do you have a child ready for a birthday this Spring? Are you tired of planning the usual party with whatever is “in” at the moment?
Why not plan a green thumb birthday party to help welcome the warmer weather and help celebrate them being one year older. This party idea can be a wonderful experience for the children: different from the current trend and letting them get a little (or a lot) dirty and have some hands-on fun exploring Mother Nature.
Continue reading A Bloomin’ Garden Party!
Dawnica Flatt (Early Childhood Educator and Stampin’ Up Demonstrator) brings you this great activity.
This paper bucket is easy to make and has so many uses! Makes a great game for the kids to play too!
1) Take a square peice of paper. Here I used a 12×12 sheet of patterend paper. (Fig 1)
2) Lay paper face down in front of you so that it is a diamond (corner at top and bottom). (Fig 2)
3) Fold bottom corner up to meet top corner creating a triangle. Use Continue reading Tuesday Tutorial: St. Patty’s Day Bucket Game
Welcome to Tutorial Tuesdays with KamloopsParents.Com
On Tuesdays you will be able to try out some fun hands-on crafty activity with your kids. March’s activities will be created by Dawnica Flatt, a Stampin’ Up demonstrator, Early Childhood Educator and Mom of one little guy. If you have any questions, you can leave them as comments on this post, or contact Dawnica at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a great project to make with your kids to motivate them to do Continue reading Tuesday Tutorial: Chore Chart