A BumbleBee Windsock

I love making windsock crafts with the kids. There is something so whimisical and fun about creating windsocks for different holidays and seasons throughout the year. With some craft supplies you may already have, you can make this adorable windsock. All you need is: Yellow, Black and White Construction Paper, Scissors, a black Sharpie marker, […]

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Shadow Drawings

Today the girls and I were talking about shadows. Do you know what time of day your shadow is its tallest? (Hint: it happens twice a day)

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Bubble Snakes

It is Make Your Own Fun Monday and we are having fun with Bubbles. Empty out the plastic water bottles in your recycle bin and turn them into your inexpensive warm weather fun!

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Chalk Drawing Photos

During the Summer we always try to find fun things to do with the kids that don’t cost a lot of money and create fun memories. This activity was so much fun and we loved looking at the photos after we drew the chalk art and posed with the chalk creations. What will you draw? […]

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Upcycle Crafts – LI Summer News 12

Elizabeth Hashagen (News 12 Long Island) and Anne Caminiti ( Momee Friends of Long Island ) show you how to turn an old t-shirt into a durable bag and how to make fun necklaces for anyone to wear out of washers. Upcycling is so much fun. Turn the old into new in a few simple […]

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Pool Noodle Boats

I love using Pool Noodles to craft with and during the summer months the dollar store has them in a variety of colors. These Pool Noodle Boats are fun to craft and play with in the water. Fun for kids of all ages.

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Pool Noodle Monsters

This is a fun craft and activity that turns your dollar store pool noodles into not so scary Pool Noodle Monsters. Once you make one Pool Noodle Monster your kids are going to want to keep making more. See how to make one:

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Firework Art for the Fourth of July

Red, White and Blue Fireworks for the 4th of July! Kids will have fun using straws to paint these fireworks. I saw this idea on Pinterest and just had to have my daughter, Mia create using this idea of a straw stamper.

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DIY Bug Jar for Kids

Since Mia could walk around we have been going on little explorations. A child is never too young to learn to love and respect nature. These explorations started in our backyard and then we started going to all of the nature preserves/ parks on Long Island to see what else we could find. “Children see […]

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