This sensory box is cheap and fun, and is in cool wintry colors. Your preschoolers can help make it by cutting up the paper, perfect for scissor skills. I used old blue tissue paper and happened to have some silver tinsel for gift bags which had a “Frozen” feel. Sensory play is important! You can . . . Read More: Tissue Paper Sensory Box – Let’s Cut!
It is mitten season! This is a quick and easy craft that even toddlers can make. Choose favorite colors and stickers to decorate these simple mittens. Read a mitten story for a literacy connection too!
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In honor of International Pancake Day, we are making swirl pancakes. Similar to funnel cakes, these are made with less oil and make a crisp pancake. Cooking with kids and having breakfast together is a great way to connect and make a memory. Do you have a favorite pancake memory? My mother made Micky Mouse . . . Read More: Swirl Pancakes and more for International Pancake Day!
Ten inches of snow encouraged me to go to our readers in search of a new snow ice cream recipe. Then to address grown-up tastes we made a snow cream frappuccino. Your kiddos will love helping make this winter treat.
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We are baking apple empanadas!
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