Unless you are Korea, you can find some sort of bread in every country, which is the beauty of it. They will have different meats, different vegetables or different spices, but they will have bread (unless you are Korea, that is). The fact that bread also is something that has a way bigger change that Nico will actually also at least try it, is a nice side effect, lol.
(May 9, 2014) Our dough of the month in the “12 Months of Sensory Dough” series of Lemon Lime Adventures is moon sand. Instead of dusting off the good old spaceship and jetting out beyond our atmosphere, we simply followed Imagination Tree‘s gloriously simple three ingredient moon sand recipe!
Last fall, we got a crazy deal at Michaels on fabric flowers. We weren’t sure what to do with them but we got them. We also had found terracotta pots the neighbour had put out to give. Fast forward to the end of April this year, my mother was sorting the flowers for the x-th time and Nico found 2 bouquets (daffodils and purple tulips) that he absolutely wanted to keep. He gave me the tulips because they are my favorite and he kept the other.
For part three of Craftulate‘s 5-day series titled “Play, Craft and Learn with Dinosaurs” we are going outside for a really easy but efficient activity.
As part of Craftulate‘s 5-day series titled “Play, Craft and Learn with Dinosaurs”, we combined some learning with some fine motor skills. Nico’s been working on writing his uppercase letters, so I thought it would be fun to steer away from the writing work sheet and use a salt tray.
We are excited to be part of a 5-day series titled “Play, Craft and Learn with Dinosaurs”, kicked into motion by the fabulous Craftulate blog
For a long time many people have asked us how we get so much done with Nico helping in the kitchen! Here is how: