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I was completely pleased when eMeals contacted me about trying their product. I have been struggling with cooking more healthfully over recent months, and we’ve been . . . Read More: Cooking and Saving with eMeals
My Aunt Jennifer makes the most delicious, moist pumpkin bread ever. I don’t even really like ‘pumpkiny’ stuff either. That is how good this bread is! When I visit my parents during the holidays, I usually find a loaf that has been delivered, and my mother always shares a piece or two with me. Thanks, . . . Read More: Aunt Jennifer’s Pumpkin Bread (and cake too!)
Googly eyes are an arts and craft staple in the preschool world. We love adding them to gourds and pumpkins for Halloween.
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We decided to make a black cat craft since I recently discovered the unscary Halloween story called “Five Black Cats” by Patricia Hegart. It is a board book with rhyming text that tells about five black cats finding their way to a Halloween party.
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Butterflies will soon be making their appearance in our area. If you can’t wait or if your kiddos are studying the butterfly life cycle, they can easily be created using using watercolor spray paint and giant coffee filters called Texas snowflakes. The Texas snowflake makes a fun and interesting twist on a tried and . . . Read More: Giant Watercolor Butterflies