This past Sunday was Easter Sunday, and just like many churches across the nation and maybe even around the world, our church had an egg hunt for the kids. The preschool and Kindergarten group raced out into their section of the hunt, as they usually do, like a bunch of hungry monkeys in a banana … More The Blessings of Disappointment (Or, the Surprise Lesson of the Golden Egg)
Do you want to leave an online book review but struggle to find the words? No worries! This handy guide will help you write and post it just a few short sentences. … More Book Reviews Made Easy!
Help the child in your life hunt down the signs of spring with this free Springtime Scavenger Hunt! … More Springtime Scavenger Hunt!
Here’s a fun game to play with your pre-reader…a treasure hunt game where all the clues are pictures! Let them hunt down a prize all on their own! In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, a leprechaun snuck around our house, leaving clues that led to a pot of gold (and a new Go Fish card … More Treasure Hunt Game!
My now almost 5 year old son (wait, what?!) has had a robot obsession for two years now. I’m not sure where it came from or if it means he will go into robotics for a career, but we have used that passion to create all kinds of fun things for him, from a robot … More The Wait is Over! Robot ACTIVATED! is Here to Save the Day!
Imagination. It’s a quality that children are notorious for. As we grow up, often times our imagination skills grow weak, buried under growing responsibility and a desire to appear more like an adult. But a lack of imagination sometimes plagues younger kids as well. We can blame too much screen time or an ever growing … More Just Imagine…
Valentine’s Day seems to be getting a bad rap lately. The holiday of love is being accused of commercialism, a reason to spend money unnecessarily, spiking insulin with all those chocolates, and putting undue pressure on new relationships to “do something.” On the other hand, it’s also a good excuse for those in long-term relationships … More A New Valentine’s Day Tradition for Kids: Beyond Cute Cards and Sweets