I recently had a friend ask me for some tips on how to get started with sensory play. Her son has a motor disorder and the doctors tell her that sensory activities would be good for him, but she isn’t sure where to start. It can be overwhelming. Searching “sensory” on Pinterest will generate a […]
With Easter just around the corner, we have been enjoying all sorts of crafts and activities with eggs! While they’re lots of fun for eating and dying, they can also be the subject of several science experiments. Here are the full instructions for making a glowing, bouncy egg plus lots of other ideas for egg-citing […]
Inspired by 19th century art and architecture, here is salt dough mosaic tiles activity to inspire creativity with your kids. Rainbow Salt Dough Recipe 1 cup of salt 1 cup of water 2 cups of flour gel food colorings Mix all of the ingredients, divide the dough in to as many colors as you’d like, […]
Wow. I didn’t realize what went in to making ink. Pretty cool.
1.25 lbs chicken breast (2 large halves) 2 cups chicken stock 1 10oz jar turkey gravy (or 1.25 cups homemade gravy) 1 can cream of chicken soup 2 large potatoes 1″ diced 1 onion diced 1 tablespoon butter 3/4 cup frozen peas 3-4 carrots 1″ chop or 1/2 bag baby carrots, halved 1 can Grands […]
I’ve had an Audible.com membership for a couple of years, plus the additional promo credits my mom dumps in to my account periodically (she’s on the board of her local library). Recent purchases in the last couple of months: Medium Raw – Anthony Bourdain If you have EVER enjoyed anything with Anthony Bourdain, from Kitchen […]