Word games can help children reinforce spellings in their mind, especially puzzles like crosswords, where it’s essential to spell linked words correctly to be able to complete the task. You can use word puzzles to introduce fun into learning spellings. Here is a free cute bug themed crossword download for you to try with your kids. Download Spelling Games Crossword Crawlies Download the answer key … Continue reading Creepy Crawlies Crossword Puzzle
Most kids love cake! So why not involve them in baking? That’s exactly what I did when Itsy Bitsy, the hobby megastore in India launched a Kid’s Baking Kit – this cute kid’s baking kit has been designed to not only keep the kids busy but to entertain them and develop a liking for baking. It contains three silicone moulds, a measuring spoon set, a … Continue reading Unboxing kids baking kit and a chocolate cake recipe
Create your own colorful slime using a few common household ingredients. Here’s a super simple homemade slime recipe! Please note that adult supervision is required while kids make slime. 1. Pour out 100g of PVA glue into a bowl. 2. Add ½ tbsp of baking soda and mix thoroughly. 3. Add a colour of your choice (tempera medium). 4. Add 1 tbsp of contact lens solution. 5. Mix … Continue reading Let’s make SLIME!
I am delighted to welcome Jennifer from Education.com in this guest post focused on math for 2nd grade. Get ready! Get set! Add your sums! This super-fun, fast-paced addition game is a great way to help your child find large sums using playing cards. Each player gets three cards and must arrange them in place value to create the greatest sum possible. Speed up the critical thinking … Continue reading The Greatest: A super-fun addition game
The season of summer brings a natural feeling of fun and relaxation and is the perfect time to be creative in the activities you do with your kids. School is out and you have time to be together. It’s this time of the year we plan our family vacations and knowing the Benefits of connecting children with nature, we decided to go on nature walks and … Continue reading Let’s take it outside!
Get creative with the kids and create a fun frames using photo prints, popsicle sticks and a few craft embellishments. Simply follow these easy steps What you’ll need: Popsicle sticks Glue Craft embellishments Photo prints (4×4″ or 4×5″) String/ ribbon Instructions: 1. Begin by laying down the photo print and gluing the popsicle sticks on to the 4 sides, forming a frame for your photo. 2. Add fun … Continue reading DIY: Fun photo frames to make with the kids!
Listening to little children weave stories is enthralling experience! It’s a milestone in itself when the child begins to express and enact his imagination and creativity. When I received the New Colgate Packs which had the Space theme, I knew for sure that it would invoke interest in my little boy. The Colgate “Magical Space Adventure” has three different sets based on the ‘Magical Space’ theme … Continue reading Colgate Magical Stories – A Space Adventure
Who doesn’t feel ‘restless’ or ‘bored’ when in a stagnant situation or a fixed routine? The good news is that restlessness can be channelized into doing something creative like writing, drawing, painting, taking photographs, playing music or even cooking, everyday! And in the process of creating something new, you may find that you have a flair or a talent that was hidden deep inside you … Continue reading When we create we become more alive!
Here is a fun and creative DIY dangler idea for kids (and grown ups) using OHP sheets and multi- surface markers. Materials required: OHP Sheet Oodles of Doodles Multi-Surface Markers Twigs Copper wire Yarn or ribbon Poster colors to paint the twigs (optional) In this project, I’ve cut an A4 size OHP sheet into 4 to create danglers. Step 1: Doodle a playful and colorful design using … Continue reading How to make a Colorful Dangler
Why not make some fun and creative cards and decor this holiday season to add a beautiful, personalized touch to your holiday décor? Here are few easy and cute ones that all the family can join in and help kids create their own holiday cards and decor. My son (3 years old) created these cards with a little direction from me using the Fresh Pick Scented Neon … Continue reading DIY holiday cards and more for kids