Eric Carle Inspired Shamrock Art

This is STEP 1 in the Multi-media Art activity and lesson themed for St. Patrick’s Day. You can see the finished project here and find the other steps there as well. For Step One you will need: light weight white paper, green paint, paint brush, scissors, pencil and clear plastic wrap. GO HERE to see Original Post. First […]

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Valentine’s Day Finger Puppets to Make with Your Child

Hello Supermom! Here is another fun activity to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your child. These are fun and easy finger puppets ready to make from a free printable. All you need is a pair of scissors and less than 30 minutes to have some good quality fun! Once you have your finger puppets on, you […]

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Huge Collection of Free Santa & Elf Themed Christmas Printables for Kids

You know that from time to time I like to feature my favorite content from fellow bloggers. This Christmas I have a HUG round up of FREE and FUN Christmas Themed Printables that you can use to spend quality time with your children. Whether yoou are looking for educational activitues, crafts, games or more you […]

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Cool Winter Crafts & Treats to Make Indoors Where it’s Warm

*¬†I participate in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to products on amazon. Here in Chicago it is so cold that we have to find fun things to do together inside where it is warm. Here […]

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Free Printable Collection Jars Kids Activity

Kids LOVE to go on nature walks to find interesting things. Kids also LOVE to make collections. I like this printable version of collection jars because kids can use these sheets to arrange collections over and over again. You can laminate a few of these and have them for kids to use anytime! They are […]

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Summer Brain Games with the Museum of Science and Industry Chicago

This is a #sponsored campaign by the Museum of Science and Industry Chicago. Families in Chicago are having such a fun time together engaging in science experiments. The Museum of Science and Industry¬†(MSI) knows that there is a real phenomenon with kids over the summer called “summer brain drain” where kids lose a lot of […]

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DIY Trendy Mint Green Matching Game for Teen Girls

Mint Green Matching Game for Teen Girls Who says that kids should have all the fun? Teens love playing games and showing off their competitive side. Mint is a popular color with teens and the prints are perfectly trendy. I will show you how to make this sophisticated set of matching tiles for your teen […]

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DIY Color Matching Flower Learning Game for Kids

Color Matching Flower Learning Game for Kids Supplies: 1 sheet of construction paper for each color of the rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple). A plain white piece of paper Heavy weight white paper Pen Scissors Modge podge Sponge paint brush   Instructions: Step 1. Draw and cut out the outline of a flower […]

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