Kids Crafts

Star Luminary and a Winter Festival E-Book Giveaway!

 I do behold the world, Wherein there shines the sun, Wherein there gleam the stars, Wherein there lie the stones, The plants, they live and grow, The beasts they feel and move, And man to spirit gives A dwelling in his soul. I do behold the soul That lives within me. God’s spirit lives and …

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Time to Breathe and New E-Book Releases!

For the last two months, we have been working feverishly around here writing and creating two wonderful new e-books through Little Acorn Learning.  The children have been helping me with the crafts and in the evenings and on weekends I have been carving out time to write. My partner in this Festival Series project, Sara …

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Making Summer Solstice

Today we celebrated the Summer Solstice by sharing many of the songs and verses in our new Midsummer Festival E-Book and also making these beautiful Summer Garden Suncatchers that my co-author Sara Wilson from Love in the Suburbs created for the e-book. Maia just loves all forms of handwork.  Weaving must be one of her favorite …

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Make a Parachute Toy

Parachute Toy Supplies Needed: Small Silk or Light Fabric for ‘parachute’ Four even pieces of yarn or strong thread Small toy figure with flexible arms and legs (we especially enjoyed using this dollhouse boy because each limb moves freely and the arms and feet were perfect for attaching our strings to – you could alternatively …

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Little Felted Chicks

The other day Brianna came home from her Waldorf Kindergarten with this sweet little basket and felted chick. I just knew I had to make little chicks with my daycare children so that’s how we celebrated Easter together this year.The children LOVED rolling the soapy wet wool into balls…even the littlest hands helped…Brianna’s teacher told …

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The Tulip Fairies

(It is very simple to make these little Easter Egg Vases… Poke a hole at one end of an egg and carefully create an opening at the other end, empty the egg contents and rinse well… cut a flower short but long enough to bring the stem all the way through and find a little …

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