All About Birds Unit Study – Elementary

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Confession: my children know way more about animals than I do. It’s embarrassing really. The first time we took our oldest to the zoo, she proudly proclaimed, “Oh! There are the Okapis! Those are my favorites!” We had no clue what this little pint size zoologist was talking about, but we quickly learned all about Continue Reading …

Preschool Craft Kits From Pint Size Projects

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I have a new Etsy shop! Pint Size Projects is a shop that I started with my sweet friend Tiffany, and we are so excited to be sharing our unique preschool craft kits with the world! Here are some of the kits we offer: ~ABC Pack~ Includes 26 cardstock printed worksheets (designed by us) and Continue Reading …

Upcycled Onesie Face Cloth {DIY}

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Ok, here it is. The second installment of my how-to-reuse-old-baby-cloths obsession. This one is dedicated to my 21 month old, who is either incapable (or unwilling?) to eat without destroying his face with food. Baby wipes dry out his face, and wash cloths are even a little rough sometimes! So, what I did was cut Continue Reading …

Upcycled Onesie Cold Pack {No Sew}

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This nifty little DIY originated from a conversation I had with my sister-in-law about what to do with all the “special” baby clothes we have packed in tubs in the garage. I’m not having any more babies, I doubt my children will be very impressed by any of them, and frankly, they are taking up Continue Reading …

Recycled Magazine Beads – DIY

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Turn old magazines and store ads into unique paper beads in just a few easy steps! Perfect craft to do with the kids! What you need: ~ Magazines or store ads (that are glossy like magazines) ~ White Glue ~ Scissors ~ Pencils What you do: Step 1: Cut magazine pages into strips that are Continue Reading …

Seasonal Tree Hand Prints and Books – {Homeschool Friday}

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Welcome to Week One of Homeschool Friday! Each week I will (attempt) to post something homeschool related on here. Just a little inspiration for those of you who are on this great adventure too. For week one I wanted to share some super creative (and easy) ideas from my sweet friend Kayla. To help teach Continue Reading …

Mummy Oreo Pop FAIL – Get Your Laugh On

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So I basically thought that I was an expert at cake pops, I have made them at least three times, I mean right?!? So I see these cute-as-can-be Oreo Mummy Pops and decide right then and there. I am going to make these with my kids for Halloween. The hubby will think I am super Continue Reading …