Snow experiments

We have been creating snow marbles and doing arts & crafts with the theme snowflakes and paper snowflakes before. And after getting inspired by some posts on the blog of another homeschooling mom: Mama Natuurlijk, we decided to do some snow experiments too. Experiment 1: How come a polar bear or a pinguin stays warm […]

Using toilet paper roles and peanut butter to make bird food

Looking in the garden we notice that the birds almost finished all the bird cakes we’ve made. So, it is time for us to make some new food. We decide to use peanut butter and toilet paper roles to make food for the birds this time. There is one catch. Maximan can only watch while […]

Make your own Color Matching Activities for Busy Bags

Today I made two busy bag activities. If you’re not familiar with the busy bag concept, you can check out my Pinterest Board here. Basically, it’s a small bag containing a re-usable activity for your child to do independently. A collection of these little wonders can be invaluable when you’re trying to get dinner on […]

How to make Salt Snowflake Watercolor Art

When you’re painting a scene in which it’s snowing, it’s impossible to leave hundreds of tiny specks of white across your painting. The secret is to take the salt from your kitchen and use it in your painting. Memo to me: We have to do this more often and improve our technique. Step by step: […]

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