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Have a fun glow in the dark Easter egg hunt this year with the kids! There are 3 ways you can do this using… Battery Operated Tea Lights Mini Glow Sticks Buy pre-made glow in the dark plastic eggs Just light them up 20 minutes before you hide them! The kids go crazy for this […]
Everyone who has had a child – and even some who have only looked after a youngster – knows the pain of trying to lull them to sleep when they are restless, overtired, or unsettled. It can get stressful for the parent if their child refuses to settle, but a stressful atmosphere is not conducive […]
Motherhood, from pregnancy all the way to graduation, is a life-changing experience. One which shapes and grows us in ways that we never even thought possible. The early years are arguably the most imperative ones for growth, and habits to be created. From this, many mothers look for innovative new ways to bond, and help […]
The fitness tracker trend is in full swing. But are they right for kids? Learn why you might want to measure kids’ activity levels–and when you shouldn’t. Seeing fitness trackers everywhere? That’s no surprise. Between 20-40% of American adults use “wearable fitness devices” or fitness trackers, and the trend is expanding to include kids, too. […]
Congratulations!!! Giving birth is no small feat and you just crushed it! So, now what? You might already be feeling a shift in your hormones, sleep deprivation or aches and pains in your lower back, neck and hips. This is all completely normal, however, there are things you can do make yourself feel better physically, […]
These beautiful Keto Lemon Curd Tarts with raspberries are fresh, easy, gluten free, grain free, low carb and just 10 ingredients! What is Lemon Curd? Lemon curd is like a preserve. It has a thick consistency and is usually made with lemons, butter, eggs and sugar of course. But this recipe is without the sugar […]
Love reading books? We sure do, but we love something even more – having a nice bookmark! These printable DIY paper clip bookmarks. This cool craft for kids and kids at heart makes for a wonderful DIY gift too. *this post contains affiliate links* You have probably seen many documentaries about animals haven’t you? What […]
Those last few weeks of the third trimester can really drag on! But before you know it, your baby’s birth day has come and gone in what seems like the blink of an eye. The days sure are long sometimes, by the years. Wow! When things are going slowly, nothing makes the days drag on […]
Make learning fun with this magnetic counting fish game to go along with the popular counting rhyme “1 ,2, 3, 4, 5 Once I caught a Fish Alive!” Fine motor skills, counting, ordering, creativity and singing in one exciting playful maths activity! We love to sing lots of songs together and especially love nursery rhymes… […]
Our theme for baby Bean’s 1st birthday party was all about her favourite nursery rhymes and familiar songs and was lots of fun to prepare and age appropriate for all her little baby and toddler guests who attended! When baby Bean turned one earlier this year we had a little get together with… […]
Combine the classic song Five Little Ducks with some exciting water play in a sensory tub as a fun way to enjoy numbers, counting, singing and story-telling! The girls all loved this story-telling activity as it combined two of their favourite things, singing and water play! This song is a great one for counting up… […]
Just wanted to let you know that I gave you a shout out on my blog 🙂http://pinkpolkadotsandprek.blogspot.com/2013/03/hoppy-easter.html Pink Polka Dots and Pre-K
levure is yeast – please don’t use that! taken from the blog above! Baking soda = soda à pâte or bicarbonate de sodium or bicarbonate de soudeBaking powder = poudre à pâteCream of tartar = potassium tartrate acide or crème de tarter xx
I just wanted to let you know that I absolutely love this play dough recipe. I make it all the time (mind you it lasts forever in the fridge) and always make some for birthday gifts. It is my favorite play dough recipe!!
I use almost this same recipe but have always cooked it on the stove or crockpot (wonderful for places that don’t have kitchens.) So thanks next time I will just throw it all in the mixer with the dough hook. One thing that I do differently is use coconut oil, as it softens your hands […]
I am a teacher and find that food colouring gets pricey for the amount of things we colour. I started to use Tempera Paint to colour everything we create. I just add a bit less water as the paint is a bit watery anyway. This turned out great. The grade 1 class played with it […]