Ideas for Easter Leftovers

Egg Carton Earth Day Craft

Now that the excitement and planning of Easter 2013 is coming to an end, what are we going to do with the leftovers? Easy enough for the chocolate and jelly beans but what about the egg cartons, hard boiled eggs and egg shells? Here are a few great ideas! Enjoy! Egg Cartons Make an Earth [Read On]


20 Earth Day Activities for Kids

earthdaycollagefeature

Oh, I can already smell spring in the air. There is a smell. We all know it. At this point in the year, all of us here is Seattle crave the sunshine. I am not opposed to any one season but I do love the sun and the blossoms. Plus I love Earth Day. There [Read On]


DailyBuzz Moms 9×9 :: Earth {A Play Date}

Design Your Own Reusable Bag

I am honored to be a part of the DailyBuzz Moms April 9×9 challenge. As you know, Earth Day was last Sunday. I have always appreciated Earth Day but now, with two young children, the significance has newfound meaning. We celebrated with raw enthusiasm this year. As a finale, we hosted a “Celebrate the Earth” [Read On]


Simple Activity Using Recycled Materials

Simple Fine Motor Skills Recycled Materials

On many mornings every week we make magic shakes in our home. We add things like flax seed, peanut butter, spinach, Greek yogurt and protein powder. Our boys love these shakes and so do we! A great way to start the day. The other morning I finished our protein powder and as a result had [Read On]


DIY Ball Ramp Activity

Ball Roll Infant Toddler Preschool Activity

I have recently become obsessed with creating a Ball Ramp. I had been saving these great sturdy tubes for, I kid you not, five years. I knew they would come in handy one day. My younger son (14 months) has shown a lot of interest in any sort of car racer or ramp. So I [Read On]


Bubble Wrap Road – Preschool Activity

Bubble Wrap Toddler Activity

We order from Amazon, Zappos, Etsy, etc all the time. We probably get a package at least once a day. So that translates into a whole lotta packaging to recycle or upcycle. So I grabbed some packing tape, our roll of paper, two baskets of figurines including cars and trucks and a pail of crayons. [Read On]