For young children who are just starting to use art to explore, art is more about the process than the end result, but sometimes you want something fun to hang up too. This handprint art project for kids lets you create a fun flowering cactus that is perfect for putting on display.
Summer is the perfect time to do crafts with kids and this Paper Flower Garden is a great project to do with kids of all ages. The end result looks super cute and is perfect to put up on display.
My kids love to do paper crafts. This project is great for kids of all ages, so it is perfect to do together as a family during the summer. Younger kids may need help cutting out the template, but they love designing their own little paper garden.
I’m a big fan of color, so I love how bright these can be when they are finished. I keep a rotating display of my kids artwork over my desk and these are such a great way to brighten up the room.
Did you know that 85% of brain growth happens in the first three years of life? As the mom of 2 toddlers, that’s kind of an intimidating statistic. I want to make sure my kids have every opportunity to grow into happy and healthy adults.
The good news is, healthy toddler brain development doesn’t have to be complicated. Toddlers learn through playing so there are so many opportunities to have some fun and make sure their little brains are developing the way that they need to. For a great nutritional option, we love Enfagrow® Toddler Next Step™.