Last Christmas, the kids and I discovered this fun craft that is so simple! They made coffee mugs for all their grandparents and aunt and uncle, and a platter for the other aunt and uncle who are newlyweds. Their sweet drawings were a big hit. This gift is sentimental, adorable, … [Read more...] about A Simple Gift Kids Can Make
Is your church participating in LifeWay's Vacation Bible School for 2015, Journey Off the Map? If so, now is a great time to start crafting (with or without your kiddos' help). These projects will be great for take-home items, decorating classrooms, and getting your own children … [Read more...] about Start Crafting Now! Journey Off the Map VBS Preparation
With today being Martin Luther King, Jr. day, I wanted to highlight some activities for children that teach about diversity. "Red and yellow, black and white, they are precious in His sight"! Teach your children the blind love of Christ before someone else shows them … [Read more...] about Teaching Children about Diversity
What is about turkeys that are just so cute? Despite the fact that most of the turkeys at Thanksgiving are, well, no longer looking adorable, it's fun to celebrate the holiday with some turkey crafts. 1. Handprint Turkey Placemats / Meaningful Mama 2. Paper … [Read more...] about Five Turkey Crafts for Thanksgiving
Maybe it's just me, but when my kindergartner wanted to know why she had Labor Day off from school, I was a little tongue-tied. I'm never quite sure why exactly we have Labor Day! If you're in the same pickle as I am, here are some resources for you. From Time for Kids: A New … [Read more...] about What IS Labor Day, Anyway?