Want to bring new life to Cardboard boxes? Here’s how you make some pretty art with kids – all you need is cardboard, paints, and brushes. Materials required: Cardboard Poster colors or Acrylic Paints Scissors Glue Embellishments (optional) Instructions: Cut out the shapes on cardboard and paint them. Allow to dry and glue the pieces to create animals, plants, vehicles, etc., Here are a few … Continue reading Art Ideas For Kids: Painting On Cardboard!
We love all of the bunny and Easter chick crafts and there’s nothing like a crafting afternoon with your little ones to make memories. Kick off the festivities this spring with these easy Easter crafts for kids. Paint some Easter eggs with the family Craft some whimsical Easter eggs 🙂 Here are some ideas for some fun doodled Easter crafts. How cute are these Easter stuffed bunnies by … Continue reading Wonderful Easter Crafts for Kids
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 freeValentine’s Day crossword puzzle worksheet download for you to try with your kids. Download Valentine’s Day crossword puzzle worksheet Download the … Continue reading Valentine’s Day crossword puzzle worksheet
I am delighted to welcome Vinaya Ambadekar in this guest post. To make the transition from home to school smoother, I enrolled my daughter in the pre-school’s summer camp last year. To my delight I was allowed and encouraged to participate with her for the first few days! As I observed, after the initial crying spell, most children loved the rhymes, dance and free play. … Continue reading Admirable Art or a Gratifying Experience!
I am delighted to welcome Vinaya Ambadekar in this guest post. As I was struggling to sail through the famous terrible twos with my toddler and trying to juggle multiple things, I came across a lot of How TO’s 😊 One thing I was trying really hard to do with my daughter was, to establish a routine and discipline. Most of my efforts found no … Continue reading Setting up a Montessori inspired toddler room!
A chalkboard wall is something that entertains the kids – they can draw, colour and explore their creativity and it’s better for the environment than using paper after paper. I recently incorporated a chalkboard wall into our home for son to doodle on. The first part of the chalkboard wall was trying to figure out just the right space in the house for it. I chose … Continue reading DIY Chalkboard Accent Wall that kids will love!
A study by Dr. Richard Rende revealed that creative interaction between parents and young children engaging in activities like arts and crafts not only provides immediate and lasting cognitive benefits, but also creates a unique bonding experience that lasts for a lifetime. I began engaging my son in art when he was just 18 months old and I can confidently vouch that it is very fulfilling … Continue reading Nurture your Kid’s Creative Spirit with these Fun Craft Ideas!
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!