Dating chic with kids
– Practice addition and subtraction problems with your kids using colorful Truffula trees! – This is such an easy and simple activity inspired by the great Dr. Deb from Living Motessori Now has shown us how with a few simple supplies anyone can create a fun and practical learning activity for kids! – Are you looking for a fun game to get the entire family involved in the Dr. Well be sure to check out this creative idea from Moms and Munchkins! – This silly activity from Mad in Crafts was inspired by the Dr. I love how easy and fun this activity— simply let your kids toss a balloon into the Cat in the Hat’s hat! Seuss, The Sneetches, try out this fun activity with your kids!
Your kids will love searching toy bugs hidden in their very own Battle Bottle! Print out the adorable fish tank game board and let your kids practice their counting skills while celebrating Dr. And you can get your own One Fish Two Fish book, here. Check out this original idea from Mom Endeavors which teaches your children to recognize shapes!
Let your kids explore their own imaginations by letting them create their own Seuss-inspired cities! Seuss craft inspired by the Truffula forest in the Lorax! This idea from Little Family Fun is the perfect craft to do with your kids after reading the classic story! – This is such a simple craft any kid could create! – Don’t you just wish you could have a “Cindy Lou Who” hairstyle everyday? Use rainbow fish and the fun printable graph provided by Alison to categorize colors with your kids! – Create these fun snacks inspired by the classic Dr. The Girl Who Ate Everything used pretzel sticks, white candy melts, and M&M’s to make these original Dr. Not only are they are adorable, but they are super tasty! Seuss writing prompts from Minds in Bloom to encourage your kids to read and write using their own imaginations!
Charisa demonstrates how allowing your kids to use some simple items around the house can lead to some wonderful and imaginative creations! Seuss characters so no wonder I LOVE this Lorax-inspired craft from Crafty Morning! See why this timeless favorite received the Cat in the Hat’s stamp of approval when you read it with your kids. Your family will have a blast recreating these fun trees with some sticks, paint, and felt! Cut out some fun feathers from patterned paper and let your kids go to town! – Looking for another great craft idea to go along with the Dr. Check out this original idea from Motherhood on a Dime! – This fun activity idea from Sugar Bee Crafts is a great way to get your kids involved in the Dr. Simply take turns acting out various book titles written by the infamous Dr. No wonder I am totally obsessed with these creative Truffula tree cake pops! – Here is another great reading activity your kids will enjoy on Dr. Don’t forget to forget to first read the book, “Hop on Pop” and then check out this creative activity from The Pleasantest Thing!
) I don’t think I am alone in saying – How adorable is this Dr. Let your kids add a little “character” to some terra cotta pots! This is such a simple and easy craft that your family is sure to love! How precious is this handmade craft based off the book/movie Horton Hears a Who? – Here is another great counting activity your kids will enjoy on Dr. Don’t forget to forget to first read the book, Ten Apples on Top and then check out this creative coordinating activity from See Vanessa Craft! Made from cups, paper towel tubes, and crayons to help you and your family celebrate Dr. After reading the imaginative book, “And to Think I Saw it on Mulberry Street” create some spy scopes and let your kids discover the world around them!
Tara has even given complete instructions on how to create these fun Horton Hears a Who flower pots! – Has anyone else noticed how popular “pom pom” crafts are lately!? She uses pom poms to create an adorable Seuss-inspired bookmark! Create your very own Horton with around-the-house supplies! – This is another great educational activity to teach your children new terms for sizes! Seuss inspired activity to help children learn this new concept!
You family members will have to randomly select a balloon and pop it to reveal the Dr. Little Hearts/Gentle Parenting Resources has given some great tips and suggestions on how to play! This is the perfect activity idea from No Time For Flash Cards to go along with the classic Dr. With a few simply items, you can create the perfect Horton Hears a Who “Speck” lab for your children!
Style him and his delicious date in chic suits, skirts and hats for a sharp, classic look. Eric and Kristoff decided to surprise their girlfriends, princesses Ariel and Anna. Play Disney Vs Villain Valentines Day and help the lovely princess choose an a... Living with her mother, Rapunzel can never leave the house openly.
Can you believe I’ve never made chocolate chip banana bread until now?! As you can tell from the pics, the chocolate chips are all melty and gooey.
Chocolate chip banana bread is not a new invention by any means, but I knew I wanted to recreate the fabulous chocolate and banana combo in a way that I hadn’t done before. My secret approach is to always just make the one I’m in mood for or that someone has asked for.
Seuss’s birthday with this creative Tweetle Beetle Battle Bottle from Fox in Soxs by Jessica at Mad in Crafts!
Elsa and Jack Frost seemed to be made for each other. She has quite a lot of things to go over this break up and she needs your help. If you're confused of your feelings, this Love Tester can help you out! These two lovers are getting ready for a romantic evening. Rapunzel and Flynn, Elsa and Jack, Jasmine and Aladdin take part in a new special winter contest.
Meaning that I took the classic recipe and reduced the sugar a bit and I swapped the sour cream for Greek yogurt.