Now, it’s time to add some art appreciation to your daily routine.
It’s a simple game to make and play, and its adaptable to all ages and interests.
My husband and I kept a watchful eye as our daughter examined her new baby brother. We had read all of the books and articles about sibling rivalry. We had gotten advice from parents of multiple children.
Kids see themselves as the future stewards of our planet, and take that responsibility seriously.
As you overlap the tissue paper on the egg, Eric Carle’s picture books will come to mind. Maybe it’s a good time to pull them out, for inspiration.
These cute origami hearts are so easy.
Love how the sister hugs the brother and Teddy and Doggy get hugs, too!
It took me several years to get up the “grit” to make the stone.
Are spiders scary? Do ghosts want to hurt people? Should you be afraid of monsters? Some of the best picture books want to change our point of view