Something fun for the front door is a Halloween essential. This year we’ve been inspired by eyeballs, and today we’re sharing our fun and incredibly easy Eyeball Door Garland tutorial. Plus it’s time for our Halloween Printable Blog Hop, which means a dozen fabulous free Halloween Printables for you!
Last summer I created blank music staff paper at the request of my daughter. I took the above photo of her with her very first composition and shared it on Instagram. Although it was always my intention to share the free printable sheet music paper with you, somehow I never got around to doing it. So I dug out the file since I’m filling in for Aimée on Worksheet Wednesday today. (She’s jetting off to ALT San Francisco, and I’m staying home with baby Rockwell who is cooing up a storm lately!)
Kids really do love to create things, and if your child is taking piano lessons or otherwise musically inclined they are bound to be thrilled when you hand them a stack of blank music staff paper. Here is a video of Attalie playing her latest song, which she calls “Speed.”
Hi Supermoms! I’m Heidi from Mom’s Crafty Space, and I’m so happy to be here. I have three boys (ages 2-7) that love to help me cook. My two oldest boys have been helping me out in the kitchen for the past five years, and we can frequently be found working side-by-side as we prepare dinner or dessert (their favorite!). Over the years I’ve picked up some tips and tricks for getting kids interested in and excited about cooking — I am happy to share my super-tips with you today.
Our Star Gazing Party Hop is nearly over. (I know, I’m sad too!) We have a few more projects to share and be sure to check back tomorrow for a fabulous giveaway. Today we’re starting off with the Constellation Flashlights game that was Paging Supermom’s contribution to the party.
Kids are bound to enjoy the overall splendor of looking at the stars, but it might be difficult for them to pick out the constellations among the utter vastness of the night sky. These Constellation Flashlights are a fun way to bring constellations to life, and closer to earth, for your little guys.
To make the Constellation Flashlight game you will need a flashlight of course — in fact you might want to have a few since these are bound to be a hit with the kids.