An easy milk jug bird feeder to make with kids: We didn’t set out to make this milk jug bird feeder today. This idea was born when I needed a couple of plastic circles for a Christmas craft that we were making here in my daycare the other day.
I love putting a new spin on an old idea, and this idea for playing with sticks and stones in the snow does just that! Spring is fast approaching, and our snow-play days are numbered so I’m trying to get in all of the outdoor winter ideas that I
Winter Potato Heads! We we tried something entirely new today: Potato Heads in the snow! On the way out to the back yard this morning, I grabbed our Fisher Price farm, a bucket of animals and our potato head basket. I intended to set up some toys in the sunshine
building with coloured ice cubes in the snow I’m really excited to share today’s activity with you! We were building coloured ice sculptures in the snow! Now, we’ve played with coloured ice in the snow before, but THIS… I’ve always wanted to do something like this with coloured ice, but
create art in the snow! If winter has truly arrived where you are, you’ll definitely want to add SNOW PAINTING to your list of fun, outdoor activities to try with your children! This activity is super-easy to set up, and fun for kids of all ages! Pop over to
simple corn and chestnut feeders for birds and squirrels You may have seen my post last week about feeding the birds. We made simple Orange Cup Bird Feeders with a few pantry ingredients to help our feathered friends out now that winter has set in. On Wednesday, even though
orange cup bird feeders filled with nuts, berries and seeds… To keep us on our game, and one step ahead of the cold germs, my hubby has been making us fresh squeezed orange juice every morning. We’re talking “hand-squeezed” here. It tastes amazing, and we’re staying healthy (yay!),