Valentine’s Day activities with Children

In the United States Valentine’s Day is a big thing. In the stores, in the restaurants, on internet, on Facebook, Valentine’s Day is everywhere. It made me wonder. Do the children in the United States really make Valentine Bags for their whole class? Meaning that each child goes home with as many Valentine’s as (s)he […]

How to make a โ€œPAROLโ€ (Christmas Lantern)

Guest post written by: Lana Jelenjev for The Art of Home Education Do you know which country celebrates Christmas the longest? If you guess the Philippines, then you are correct. From where I came from, Christmas is celebrated as early as September! When the โ€œ-berโ€ month hits, you can hear Christmas carols being played, the […]

How to make Snowflakes

Making Snowflakes Yesterday we were at a friends place and she was making snowflakes. That was so much fun. So today, we are making snowflakes too. Lots of snowflakes. It is not that hard to do and the fun part is, that you can create your own snowflake. Just make sure that you don’t completely […]

How to make a Reindeer from a Paper Roll

Still wrapped up in the festivity of December. We are still busy with reindeer and one of the intriguing question that remains is how reindeer seem to be able to fly. I don’t know about you, but I can’t answer that without ruining Maximan his joy and believe that they can fly. And who knows, […]

Pinterest, a great source for our creativity boxes

I love Pinterest. If you like to look us up, here is our Arts & Crafts pinboard and here is our Homeschooling pinboard. I started making creativity boxes for Maximan. Every morning when he comes downstairs there is his box. For him it is always a suprise what I’ve come up with for him. Last […]

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