Vinegar and Baking Soda Balloon Experiment

This fun Vinegar and Baking Soda Balloon Experiment will have the kids squealing with excitement. Trust me, they’ll want to do this experiment over and over again! Much like our Yeast Balloon Science Experiment, kids will learn how to blow up a balloon with vinegar and baking soda and learn a little chemistry at the […]

Sugar & Yeast Balloon Experiment

Did you know that you can blow up a balloon without using your mouth or a helium tank? You totally can. This super fun Sugar & Yeast Balloon Experiment will have kids wondering how it works. Much like our magic light bulb balloon experiment, this balloon experiment is easy to do. This is one of those […]

Ritz Poppy Seed Chicken Casserole

Sometimes you just want comfort food. Am I right? This Ritz Poppy Seed Chicken Casserole is comfort food to me and tips a hat to my southern roots. Pair this creamy chicken casserole with Ritz crackers on top with mashed potatoes and green beans and my belly is happy. YUM! Gosh, I’m getting hungry right now […]

Groundhogs Day Activities and Books for Kids

These Groundhogs Day Activities and Books for Kids are perfect Groundhogs Day. Will the groundhog see his shadow or not? Kids can do these groundhog activities, read the books, and make predictions about whether or not we’ll have six more weeks of winter.  The best part about these activities and books? No need to worry about […]

Homemade Bread Bowl Recipe

This homemade bread bowl recipe is perfect for eating soup on a cold winter day. I love to eat Broccoli Cheese Soup out of homemade bread bowls. They just scream comfort food. It truly is a complete meal. No need to dirty up a bowl when you can eat it instead. Plus, it’s a little […]

Paper Plate Carnival Masks

These Paper Plate Carnival Masks are perfect for teaching kids about Rio Carnival, Brazil, and the Rainforest. During our homeschool study of the rainforest, we read about Rio Carnival in Brazil and wanted to make our own colorful masks. Carnival is always celebrated the weekend before the beginning of Lent, similar to Mardi Gras. While […]

26 Ways to Learn Names for Preschoolers

There are lots of ways to for preschoolers to learn how to spell their name! This list of 26 Ways to Learn Names for Preschoolers is full of creative name activities for preschoolers. Over the years I’ve done lots of things to help kids learn how to spell and recognize their name. We’ve made name art, practiced with […]

DIY Fine Motor Tongs Made With Chopsticks

I love to make Fine Motor Skills tools with ordinary things if I can, that’s why I love these DIY Fine Motor Tongs made with Chopsticks so much. They are easy to make and fun for kids to use. These can be used for everyday simple fine motor skills activities, but could also be used […]

Instant Pot Soup Recipes To Keep You Warm This Winter

Instant Pots are all the rage right now. This electric pressure cooker has transformed dinner time at my house. It is so fast! I love how quickly I can throw dinner together thanks to this handy kitchen gadget. When winter temperatures drop, all I want to do is eat soup and curl up under a […]

Balloon Rocket STEM Activity

Have you ever had one of those days where the kids needed something to do to and they were whining and complaining of boredom? That’s where this balloon science experiment can save the day. My kids didn’t know it, but they were learning some science concepts while they were having fun with balloons. In my […]